Back in 1993, Michael Jordan abruptly announced that he was retiring from the sport of professional basketball. Many assumed they would never see him perform on a basketball court ever again. On March 19th, 1995 though, Michael Jordan was back on the hardwood, back with the Chicago Bulls, but the number on the jersey that he was wearing was not “23.” For the remainder of the 1995–96 NBA season, “45” became his number and it even appeared on Air Jordan pairs that he laced up in. One such pair was the Air Jordan 11 “Concord,” which is returning this year, complete with the “45” on the heels. Continue reading This Year’s Air Jordan 11 “Concord” Will Feature The “45” On The Heels
Champs Sports launched its latest store at 10 Times Square on 1441 Broadway, New York. In celebration of its grand opening, a number of Jordan Brand’s and Nike’s sneaker releases from the not so distant past, including women’s exclusives, got restocked at the store. The restocks included the Air Jordan 11 “Win Like 82” and the Air Jordan 11 “Win Like 96” for adults and kids, and the Air Jordan 11 PRM Heiress “Black Stingray” exclusively for kids. The restock happened on March 16th. Two brand new Air Jordan 11 Low colorways will also be joining this month’s and next month’s Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading Two Brand New Colorways Of The Air Jordan 11 Low Are Arriving Soon
The Air Jordan 11 is the model that Michael Jordan rocked during some of his finest games. Like most other popular silhouettes from Jordan Brand, the Air Jordan 11 was also designed by Tinker Hatfield and it is unlikely that anyone could guess this, but he actually drew inspiration from a lawnmower. Over the years, the Air Jordan 11 has arrived in innumerable colorways and arguably, one of its most popular ones was the “Concord” colorway that Jordan Brand originally dropped back in 1995. The Air Jordan 11 “Concord” is scheduled to make a comeback once again in retro form, joining next year’s Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading The Air Jordan 11 “Concord” Returns Again In Retro Form In October 2018
The Air Jordan Dub Zero had made its comeback in 2015 in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of Jordan Brand. Even though plenty of sneakerheads eagerly copped of the handful of colorways Jordan Brand had dropped, this classic hybrid model was pulled back into the vault for the time being, for some reason. Back in September though, US11 (@us_11) had shared very early photos of two new retro iterations of the hybrid silhouette, which will be among 2016’s upcoming Jordan releases. Initially, there were merely known as the “Black/Grey” and “White/Grey/Green” renditions, but now the are being referred to as the Dub Zero “Concord” and “Oreo.” Continue reading Jordan Brand Is Set To Drop Two Dub Zero Colorways In November & December
The Jordan release of the Air Jordan 11 “72-10” is nearing with each and every passing day, which is scheduled to make its retail debut during the Holiday Season as Jordan Brand’s annual Air Jordan 11 pair. However, that does not mean that Jordanheads do not have their eyes peeled for other new Air Jordan 11 colorways and it is likely that they would not if a classic, iconic iteration of the eleventh Air Jordan silhouette arrived with a new twist. Continue reading Apparently This Jordan 11 “Sky 45” Was Created For MJ’s Son In 1995
23 is Back brings you a little Michael Jordan trivia. In November last year, a photo of Michael Jordan began circulating online, which showed His Airness wearing what appeared to be a Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord” and playing beer pong. This photo was taken when Michael Jackson was apparently in Miami, relaxing and having a bit of fun by indulging in the favorite party game on the planet. Those who were more focused on the sneakers that Michael Jordan was wearing believed that they were just being teased. However, die hard Jordan fans hopeful that the Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord” would make its way to a retail release among the new Jordans 2014.
In the past, there have been instances when Jordan Brand teased its enthusiasts and fans with killer Air Jordan 11 Low pairs, but they had always fallen short of making an actual retail debut. In fact, just last year the Air Jordan 11 Low “Cool Grey” had been showcased, which turned out to be a pair made exclusively for Michael Jordan.
However, as rumors began emerging of a Summer 2014 release of the Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord”, Jordan sneaker enthusiasts once again put their hopes high. Back then, nothing had been confirmed, but based on the trend of the past few years, it seemed natural to expect a pair of the Air Jordan XI Low to be released in Summer this year. Continue reading Jordan 11 Low “Concord” Being Teased Since 2013 Ultimately Hit The Shelves Earlier In May