The Air Jordan 11 Retro Concord last released back in 2011. This is the 5th time this popular colorway since it dates back to the OG release back in November 1995. The colorway features the OG high-cut with the familiar white mesh upper and dark concord the black patent leather around the shoe. The Jumpman logo branding and number 45 located appears on the heel pull tabs and the bluish icy translucent outsole completes the retro. If resellers quit on this Air Jordan 11 Retro Concord release, everyone who wants to have a pair will have a pair. There will be about 989,566 pairs in men’s size and around 850,000 pairs for GS, PS, and TD sizes. Tentative release date has now been set in October but it is not early to prep to get a pair or double up. Stay tuned for updates on this release.
Update: Release on J11 Concord is pushed to December. This can be your Christmas gift to yourself.
Whole family sizing will hit Jordan Brand stores this Saturday, Dec 8th, 2018. For fans of this colorway, good luck. This may be the easiest cop of this famous colorway so to date. For non campers, here are direct online store product links to use when you cop a pair or two… or more …. this Saturday. Copping party starts midnight in Europe and 10AM Eastern or 7AM Pacific. Sleep early!
With school year coming to an end and students are busy with graduation and Prom, Jordan timely releases these pair of Jordan XIs. With samples of the Jordan 11 Retro Cap and Gown Prom Night colorway seen as far as 7 years back, this triple black colorway of the Air Jordan 11 silhouette dropping in May, still sounding pretty limited at this point. Rumors of production number is only around 100K, give or take. So it will be a hard cop if production numbers are true rather than to just hype it up. (Update: Looking like they produced more after the hype demand). The pair comes with the familiar patent leather on XIs, icy blue bottoms and black laces in rope design as graduation cords. This Air Jordan 11 Cap and Gown Prom Night release was previewed in exclusive via the SNKRS app a weeks ago. If you are one of the fans of this silhouette and triple black colorways, a wider release happens this Saturday May 26, 2018 from 12AM PST in Europe and 7AM PST in the US. Here are the online stores that will carry the pair. Good luck!!!
The low top version of the super limited Jordan 11 JETER silhouette that dropped last year could be releasing as soon as MLB starts. But so far no official date has been set. Keep locked in for updates of this pair’s release info.
Get ready to cop your spring Jordan 11 lows. This colorway comes in Emerald Green iridescent patent leather with white mesh upper (but some samples seen with white leather as on the UNC lows) and an icy-blue and also iridescent outsole. The pair drops March 31st, 2018 on the eve of Easter Sunday. This will come in all family sizing so hopefully sizes will sit for easy cop. We should see everyone posting their pair straight to feet and fewer L’s and crying Jordan memes this time round.
The 1996 Chicago team took the league by storm. After a disappointing second-round playoff exit the year before, they posted 72 wins to break the regular season record en route to their fourth championship. MJ was in front; the Air Jordan XI was on feet. Now it returns in a brilliant red colorway, flashing classic patent leather in a bold salute to Chicago’s ’96 winning ways.
Tagged as ‘Win Like 82’. Some of the league’s greatest players ever got their first national audience during the 1982 college championship game. Among them was Michael Jordan, then a 19-year-old freshman, who rose for a jumper with just 17 seconds left to put his team up for good. He would continue to rise all the way to the sport’s pinnacle. The latest Air Jordan XI colorway, sporting University Blue hits, pays homage to his alma mater and the ’82 victory that launched his legacy.
Released back in 2001, this colorway of the popular Jordan 11 drops Saturday April 15. Cop a pair (or double up) of Jordan 11 Retro Low UNC (University Blue) from your favorite online stores below (Keep tuned in for updates and more links).
Air Jordan 11 Retro Low UNC
Inspired by Michael Jordan’s championship-winning alma mater, the low-top sports a clean white upper, wrapped in University Blue patent leather. Uni Blue also works the tongue tag, heel Jumpman logo and traction on the shoe’s icy translucent outsole.
To celebrate 20th year anniversary of the Space Jam movie where it debuted. Jordan Brand releases a retro version with remastered makeover. Inspired by the pair that Michael Jordan rocked at the 1995 NBA Playoffs. It seemed a higher cut than the earlier released Jordan XI in both 72-10s and BReds colorway. The usual Jordan 11 Retro patent leather and the mesh in the upper will both be in black hue. Details will include a heel number 45, instead of MJ’s Jersey number 23. Smoky bluish outsole and the regular white midsole.
As with the recent Jordan 11 releases, the Space Jam pair will come in special packaging. The box has a Looney Tunes theme. The cover graphic of the box lid is inspired by the Warner Brothers movie Space Jam . You can find an abstract depiction of the arms of Bugs Bunny and the Monsters wrapped around each other. These are forming MJ’s NBA Chicago jersey 23 over a dark silhouette of the his MLB White Sox Jersey 45. The packaging design will have the usual ‘XI’ pattern on the plastic cover. These shows in checks or polka dotted design in the third layer of the box. This 3-layer boxing in all of the Jordan 11 Retro High releases in the past.
The Jordan 11 Retro Space Jam drops at Nike stores this Saturday, December 10, 2016 at 10AM EST.
MJ and his signature sneaker series are no strangers to global competition. Outfitted to celebrate this summer’s competition, the Air Jordan V is presented in fitting premium fashion. The design comes to life with a premium leather build in white and black, while a metallic gold finish found on the design’s legendary tongue celebrates the best in sport.
Since his game-winning shot that brought championship glory to North Carolina, Michael Jordan has been at the forefront of basketball consciousness. He took the court in 1985 wearing the original Air Jordan I, simultaneously breaking league rules and his opponents’ will while capturing the imagination of fans worldwide.