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This Year’s Air Jordan 11 ‘Concord’ Will Feature the 45 and a Proper Jumpman

2018 air jordan 11 concord 45

Early images have surfaced of the 2018 Air Jordan 11 ‘Concord’ and it looks like Jordan Brand is doing this one for the real fans.

Thanks to leaker @djfolk, we’ve got an early look at the upcoming Air Jordan 11 ‘Concord’. Rumored to arrive on December 8, according to leaker @zsneakerheadz, the 2018 build will feature the 45, the number Michael Jordan wore when he returned to basketball after his first retirement. The Air Jordan 11 ‘Concord’ was actually worn by MJ in the Playoffs with the number 45 on the heel.

Moreover, this Air Jordan 11 ‘Concord’ will feature a Jumpman facing the proper direction — towards the toe! The last version, which released in 2011, did have the proper Jumpman but sported the 23 at the heel.

Will you be picking up the 2018 version of this iconic sneaker? Let us know in the comments below.

air jordan 11 concord 2018

2018 air jordan 11 concord 45


Images via @djfolk

  1. It’s def not going to be a GR, the cap n gown that just came out is already reselling for twice the price, I imagine that the concords are gonna sell out instantly, now that people care about Jordans again

  2. To me what would’ve made this a great shoe is if they had put full length zoom air.
    I can’t believe no one ever thought about that.

    1. The OGs didn’t have Zoom. The 11s are iconic and probably will never get the Protro treatment because nobody is really buying them to take to the gym.

    2. it’s already a really comfortable shoe to play in if you were so inclined, i don’t think it needs full length zoom to be honest

    3. the OG’s with full length air were already comfortable. hopefully, they’ll remain that way and have a softer type phylon midcasing or a really dense PU insole for comfort.

  3. Been wanting a pair of Concord’s since they originally released. Here’s hoping that after 23 years I can finally cop a pair. I just hope Nike doesn’t totally b*ttf*ck us and charge over $200 and make them super limited.

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