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Sneakerheads were sad to learn that the neither the Air Jordan 11 “Gamma” nor the Air Jordan 11 “Legend Blues” would be releasing during the holidays season, but Jordan Brand might give us some heat as rumors are swirling that a different classic might be hitting the shelves.
Nice Kicks is reporting that word around the sneaker community is that Jordan Brand is planning on bringing back the Air Jordan 11 “DMP” after making its debut back in 2006. The sneakers, which are basically the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” with a gold Jumpman and stitching on the heel was an instant classic when it released more than a decade and a half ago. And now heads might be able to own a pair come the end of the year.
For Holiday 2023, Jordan Brand will bring back the Air Jordan 11 “DMP” colorway. While images of the shoe have yet to be seen, we anticipate the retro to mirror the 2006 release akin to the Air Jordan 6 “DMP” release from a few years ago.
As of now, it’s unclear whether or not the 2023 Air Jordan 11 “DMP” will feature the “JORDAN” branding on the eyelets. Though, it could be likely as the brand experimented with the concept during Holiday 2020 with the Air Jordan 11 “Jubilee” release.
After it was announced that the “Gamma” and “Legend Blue” Air Jordan 11s would not be releasing this year, word began to spread that Jordan Brand would probably be dropping the 11s in a never-before-seen colorway. This is actually better to be honest, but we’ll see if it actually happens.
No word on whether this release is actually set in stone, but if it does happen best believe it’s going to be mayhem come release day.
Will you be interested in the return of the Air Jordan 11 “DMP” for the holidays? Let us know in the comments section below.