Latest 2018 Air Jordan 11 "Concord" 378037-100

  • The Air Jordan 11 is a white, black, and concord version of Michael Jordan's eleventh signature shoe. It was designed by Tinker Hatfield and originally released in November 1995 ($125) and was followed by several releases over the years. Serving as the first ever "tuxedo for your feet", the luxurious combination of black patent leather and a white textile upper has been time-tested and inspired a bevy of other iterations in its footsteps.
    Jordans 2019 Cheap, The Air Jordan 11 Concord was worn by the man himself in the 1995 semi finals. The sneaker cost Nike and Jordan $5,000 per game. The sneaker's black and white scheme didn't coincide with the Bulls' black sneakers. The sneaker caused a fair amount of chaos when we saw a re-release in 2011. The 2018 retro will include "45" on the heels, just like they did with the "Space Jam" release from 2016. All other details like a White mesh upper, Black patent leather and Dark Concord accents will be the same. The shoe will resemble the original pair from 1995.
    This special edition colorway of the New Air Jordan 1 by artist Dave White made its debut back in February 2012 for $175 USD. Dave's take on the Air Jordan 1 "Wings for the Future" came with no Nike Swoosh on the side. Instead he used a splatter paint design to give the shoe a feeling of movement. As a fan of the Air Jordans, especially the Air Jordan 5 and the planes that inspired its design, this release features inspiration from those passions in the form of stars, midsole and heel stripes and the aforementioned "movement" implied paint scheme. He even added some elephant print for a nice added touch.