One of the most anticipated sneaker releases of 2020’s holiday season is the debut of the Air Jordan 11 Adapt, and when Jordan Brand surprise-released the new power-lacing shoe on the SNKRS yesterday, it sold out quickly.
Fans who tuned in to the latest episode of the Nike SNKRS app’s web series 23Live hosted by Michael Jordan’s son, Marcus, were granted early access to the Air Jordan 11 Adapt ahead of its scheduled Dec. 30 release. If you missed out, pairs are now available on the secondary market.
The first iteration of the Air Jordan 11 Adapt to release features a predominantly white upper that’s contrasted by black eye stays with a matching tongue while infrared accents adorn the Jumpman branding. The look continues with a white midsole featuring Nike’s innovative FitAdapt technology providing wearers with a customized fit and a translucent outsole.
The Air Jordan 11 Adapt is selling for an average price of $977 on StockX at the time of publication. The lowest ask for the shoe is $744 for a men’s size 8.5 and as high as $1,260 for a men’s size 14.
The shoe is also available on GOAT with the lowest asking price of $$872 for a men’s size 9 and upwards of $1,850 for a men’s size 14.
Along with buying a pair on the resell market, the Air Jordan 11 Adapt will be released again on Dec. 30 at 10 a.m. EST via the SNKRS app and will come with a $500 price tag.
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