Air Jordan 11 'Concord' Is Coming Back Better Than Ever

Air Jordan 11 'Concord' Is Coming Back Better Than Ever

The Concords were the iconic shoe Michael Jordan wore in the historic 1995-96 season. These sneakers are releasing again on Dec. 8th.


Jul. 23 2018, Published 2:10 p.m. ET

The Concord was an iconic sneaker Michael Jordan wore in the historic 1995-96 season, which the Chicago Bulls set the league record at the time with 72 wins and 10 losses. These sneakers are releasing again on Dec. 8th.

The Nike Air Jordan 11 is one of the most classic shoe models of all time. These shoes also had the most classic colorways. The “Concord” 11s are one of the most famous Jordan shoes. After their first release in 1995, people went crazy for them. These sneakers were so sought that they had to be rereleased three times, and it’s coming out in time for Christmas.

The sneakers feature a white mesh upper, a much higher cut black patent-leather overlays and an icy outsole to accent the shoe. These will release in most sneaker retailers including Footlocker, Champs Sports, Footaction, and Nike. People went crazy for these sneakers before and will do it again. Although they will be pricey for $220, they are completely worth it. The Concords are extremely comfortable and can go with any outfit. There is another reason to buy these over other Jordans. Despite being released many times, the prices of these shoes have gone upwards of $600 every time. It can eventually be a large profit in the future if it sells at the right price.

Even though they may not fit everyone’s budget, they do fit everyone’s style. Buy these to impress friends and strangers in public.

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