The "Columbia" Air Jordan 11 Low from 2001 will get its first-ever retro in 2017. According to sneakerskus.com, the model will arrive alongside a host of other Air Jordan 11 Lows planned for next year.
Early release info suggests that the shoe will look just like the original one, despite the color being changed from "Columbia blue" to "university blue." It's likely that next year's edition of the shoe will have a bluer tint to its sole.
Also coming is a Barons-style colorway for the Jordan 11 Low in black/silver/white and two women's releases in blue moon/white and white/pure platinum, respectively.
The men's Jordan 11 Lows will be available in full-family sizes and will see a $5 price increase at the top of the range to $175.
There is no specific release date for the 2017 "Columbia" Jordan 11 Low, but sneakerskus.com is reporting a summer arrival.