Air Jordan XI "Concord" From Mike's 1995 NBA Comeback Release On Friday

This Friday (Dec. 23rd), the Air Jordan XI “Concord” will be released for the first time since they were first retroed in 2000. The “Concord” is regarded as not only one of the most popular Air Jordans of all-time, but is also one of the most well-known and sought-after sneakers since its original release in 1995. Michael Jordan first wore the “Concord” in the 1995 NBA Playoffs as he made his comeback to the NBA after his first retirement.

The beloved black patent leather will be complimented by an icy outsole, which marks a difference from both the original and first retro of this shoe. The Air Jordan XI “Concord” will retail for $180 when they hit stores this Friday, but don’t expect them to be available for long. Last year’s “Cool Grey” colorway retro of the Air Jordan XI was a favorite of holiday shoppers and sold out quickly. Will you be picking up a pair of these classic sneakers on Friday?

Take a closer look at the “Concord” below:

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