Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord”
You should by now be used to seeing killer Air Jordan 11 Low pairs that end up falling short of an actual retail release. In fact, just last week we showed you the Air Jordan 11 Low “Cool Grey” that had the important asterisk of being a Michael Jordan-only pair. Well that trend might change via the Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord”, as the pair is rumored to be arriving as a Summer 2014 release. Nothing has been confirmed just yet, but it would certainly make sense to expect an Air Jordan XI Low during that season given the trend of the past couple years. See some extra images below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for a release date.
They should stop wasting our time, and just release another Concord XI mid top. This is just left over parts. Nothing but pure laziness on Jordan brand part. Just like the Gamma 11s. I hope people would pass, maybe it will send a statement not to waste our time with these meaningless releases. It would make people happy to have another chance to get them if they would release them the same way they did in their mid top forms. As far as I'm concern, with low top 11s, easy pass.
ehh .... not crazy about this cw ... i would rather see them retro the citrus lows or the zen grey lows .... but the way nxt year is looking they just might
@Sneakerholics pic taken straight from my IG. They're coming.
Im a fan of the 11 low personally. I loved the white /red sole ones so if these release it'd be a def cop x2. Those cool grey joints too!
@JFresh_136 Don't you agree? I'd rather have the mid top form, these are UGLY. So what, if they release them in 2011? They did the same thing with the white cement 3s? They released them back to back. Read my comment really carefully. I tell nothing but the truth here.
@JFresh_136 I just don't think low tops on 11s or 12s look right. C'mon man, its the same shoe, ohh wow it has Nike on the back of them. Sometimes after a release, they release them a month or so later. Heck they even retro the Cardinals, Taxis, etc. 5 years apart. I wonder when the year of the 8s, what they are going to do?
I like the lows personally, I'd have no problem with a re-release, but realistically is not going to happen again. The 3s were released back to back because it was the anniversary of the dunk contest and the 2011s didn't have Nike Air on the back like the recent ones.