• Home
  • Magazine
  • FEATURED
  • jordan release dates
  • sneaker release dates
  • categories
    • LeBron 12
    • Air Jordan XX9
    • kd 7
    • Roshe Run
    • Jordans
    • Kobe 9
    • Adidas
    • Just Released
    • Upcoming
  • air jordan history
  • nike sb archive

Air Jordan XI Concord 2011 Retro Packaging

July 29, 2011 BY / 0

RATE THIS
0.00 / 5 (NO VOTES YET)
RATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THIS
Loading...Loading...

Jordan Brand pulled out all the stops for its Air Jordan XI Space Jam release in 2009, housing the sneakers in a unique slide-out box which featured a plastic casing, ‘carbon-fiber’ tissue lining paper, and hard plastic shoe trees. The same formula was used for the 2010 release of the Air Jordan XI Cool Grey, so when Sneaker News dropped the news of an Air Jordan XI Concord release, a similar special edition packaging was expected. Here’s a look at what your lovely Concord XIs will arrive in; the box is white and black, with detailed lines mimicking the patent leather mudguard of the shoe, and features the oversized ’23’ on the upper face of the package. Slide out the ‘shelf’ and you’ll see a Concord Blue plastic casing with the message “Tinker made them shine…you made them iconic”. We’ve got a detailed gallery of the Air Jordan XI Concord Packaging after the jump so take a look and let us know which Air Jordan XI packaging you like best! via kicks-lab.

Load next page (2/2)
Loading...

Filed under: Air Jordan Upcoming Sneakers

Tags:

0 comments
latest posts
Loading...
Load more posts

Popular Posts

UPDATED: New Release Date For Drake's Air Jordan 10

UPDATED: New Release Date For Drake's Air Jordan 10 "OVO" by John Kim

Air Jordan Retro Restock At Finishline

Air Jordan Retro Restock At Finishline by John Kim

adidas Yeezy 350 Boost

adidas Yeezy 350 Boost "Black" - Release Date by John Kim

The

The "White" Supreme x Air Jordan 5 Has Been Revealed by Sneaker News

Nike’s Think Pink Is Back With A New LeBron Soldier 9

Nike’s Think Pink Is Back With A New LeBron Soldier 9 by Patrick Johnson

Top Categories

  • Select Category

Archives

Sneaker News Newsletter

Sneaker Archive