Air Jordan 11 Concord 2018 Dropping Next Month

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  • This year's Air Jordan 11 Concord continues the design of the first two years of large patent leather. Although this design is controversial, it is quite good from the physical effect. The shoe type is more chronological, the upper is more straight, and the large-scale patent leather material is more cool. The “Concord” on the 45th is the first commercial sale and is very memorable. The outsole uses ice blue rubber which is commonly used in recent years, which not only has a more attractive appearance, but also has better oxidation resistance and delays the yellowing of the sole. The shoe box is also exposed simultaneously, the same as this year's AJ13 Panda, using the design of the first year shoe box, creating a stronger sense of the times.

    Nike Air Jordan Shoes,The Air Jordan 11 Concord last dropped in 2011, and the popular silhouette is making another comeback for the holidays this year, in its OG 1995 version. The sneaker will be featuring the very same high-cut patent leather overlay, along with its white mesh upper with smooth leather detailing, and dark concord accents throughout. Other finishes will be the Jumpman branding and number 45 located on the heels, while it’s completed with an icy translucent outsole.

    Nike’s Air Jordan 1 is arguably the most iconic trainer of all time. Designed by Bruce Killgore, this high-top was first introduced as a court sneaker before making the transition as a street-wear stable. Fast forward more than three decades and it’s still just as timeless as ever.To celebrate such an epic shoe, Nike SNEAKRS UK have decided to re-release several exclusive colourways. Known as the “Week Of Ones“, this event will begin Monday 5th November through to Friday 9th. A rare Jordan 1 colourway is set to launch every day but it’s not yet known which styles are going live. Some rumours are suggesting a restock of the Jordan 1 ‘Royal’ or the hyped ‘Court Purple’ colourway.That said, two of the shoes have been confirmed by Nike including the Jordan 1 ‘Paris Saint-Germain’ and the upcoming ‘Not For Resale’ pack.

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