Sneakersnstuff recently displayed an OG game-worn pair of one of this year‘s biggest Air Jordan releases 2018. These days, the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” is being referred to as the “Holy Grail” of sneakers. In the past it was also nicknamed “Tuxedo For Your Feet.” Just about every sneakerhead out there believes that they need to have a pair as a part of their collection. Even after 23 years and having been re-released once before, the legacy of the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” seems to be immortal. As of now, every sneakerhead is looking forward for the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” to once again hit the shelves.
The Air Jordan 11 “Concord” joins this month’s Air Jordan releases 2018 on Nike SNKRS, earlier than its scheduled release date next month. It is being speculated that the Air Jordan 11 “Concord” is going to be Jordan Brand’s most successful release since the Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam,” which was released two years ago on December 10th, 2016. The “Concord” colorway of the Air Jordan 11 is often referred to as “tuxedo for your feet” because of its color scheme and luxurious appearance. In addition to its early arrival on the SNKRS app, Nike has also published the official photos of the Air Jordan 11 “Concord.”
It was only a few months ago when Jordan Brand unveiled their complete Fall lineup of Air Jordan releases 2018 and apparel. The focus of Jordan Brand’s Fall 2018 collection was on community, court and culture, along with celebrating a love for professional basketball. The collection included numerous Air Jordan 1 releases (including reimagined ones), the Air Jordan 3 “Quai 54,” the Jordan Legacy 312 “Nike” Pack, the Air Jordan “Graduation” and “International Flight” Collections,” and more. Of course, all of those sneakers have already hit the shelves. Thus, it makes sense that Jordan Brand unveiled just about every Air Jordan that will release during the 2018 Holiday Season. Continue reading Jordan Brand Recently Unveiled Their Holiday Season Lineup Of Air Jordan Releases 2018
The “Concord” is without a doubt one of the most iconic colorways of the Air Jordan 11. It is returning this year on December 8th as a part of Jordan Brand’s Holiday Season lineup of Air Jordan releases 2018 and will retail at a price of $220. The Air Jordan 11 “Concord” originally got banned after Michael Jordan wore it on May 7th during the Eastern Conference Finals of the 1995 NBA Playoffs. Over the years, the “Concord” colorway has appeared on numerous other Air Jordan models. In fact, in addition to the returning Air Jordan 11, three other Air Jordan models will be sporting the “Concord” color scheme. Continue reading “Concord” Will Appear On Three Other Models Along With The Air Jordan 11
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