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The Air Jordan 11 Low "Cement Grey" Has Been Officially Confirmed


Adam Cheung
March 22, 2023

After months and months of rumors.

Well, it looks like it's going to be another massive year for Jordan Brand. After checking out the Air Jordan 1 Low SE "Tokyo Vintage" and the Air Jordan 3 "Palomino" just this week, we're now taking an official look at the Air Jordan 11 Low "Cement Grey." A coveted colorway that has been rumored for literally months, it fully reworks a Tinker Hatfield classic from the ground up.

Bearing a striking resemblance to the legendary "Cool Grey," this low-top Air Jordan 11 works on top of a crisp "White" mesh base and is overlaid by glossy "Cement Grey" patent leather throughout for a textural contrast that is sure to turn heads. A series of five ribbons shoot up the lateral and medial sidewalls to form the lacing system, and the laces themselves are intricately woven for a vintage look.

Image credits: Nike

Shifting your focus down below, the Nike Air midsole has been left incredibly clean, and it's rounded off with an icy blue rubber outsole. To round it all off, the insoles and heel are both decorated with a "University Blue" Jumpman motif, finalizing the future icon.

If you've been eyeing up the Air Jordan 11 Low "Cement Grey" for a while, you'll be glad to hear that it's finally set to launch on April 1st. Set to be a pretty tough cop, make sure you keep it locked at Ox Street's dedicated AJ11 page for a guaranteed W. Let us know what you think of this upcoming colorway, and while you're here, here's everything that we know so far about the Air Jordan 4 "Bred Reimagined"!

Image credits: Nike
Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and streetwear. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.