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.
As you can see, two of those models are variations of the Air Jordan 1, namely the Air Jordan 1 Double Strap and the women’s Air Jordan 1 Rebel. The Air Jordan 1 Double Strap resembles the oirignal “Concord” iteration more closely with its plain White uppers and Black appearing only over its Air Jordan 11-inspired patent leather overlay, while Concord can be spotted over the inner lining, tongue tabs and translucent outsoles. The Air Jordan 1 Rebel is dressed up in a more balanced color scheme of Black and White, while the Concord hue only makes an appearance over its translucent outsoles.
In addition to the above renditions of the Air Jordan 1, the “Concord” colorway will also appearing over the Jordan Spiz’ike. Compared to the original, and the above two, this Spiz’ike iteration is the opposite of them in terms of its color scheme. Its uppers are predominantly dressed up in Black, including its Air Jordan 3-inspired elephant print overlays, while its midsoles and mudguard overlays are plain White. Concord can be spotted over the Air Jordan 4-insired “wing” eyelets, “Jumpman” branding, the lace locks, the side mesh, and the translucent outsoles. This Jordan Spiz’ike “Concord” will make its retail debut at some point in October 2018 for $175.
The Air Jordan 1 Double Strap “Concord” is already available on Nike.com at a price of $140. As for the Air Jordan 1 Rebel “Concord,” it will be among Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan releases 2018 that are a part of their Holiday Season Collection.