Color: White-Black-Dark Concord
Style: 130245-101
Release Date: November 1995

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Arguably the most popular Air Jordan sneaker of all-time upon reflection, the Concord Air Jordan 11s were surprisingly unpopular upon their initial release.  Patent leather was rarely used on basketball sneakers and was more commonly seen on women’s shoes.  It is seen surrounding the shoe to resemble a formal look of spats, commonly worn with suits in the old days.  These sneakers themselves were occasionally worn with suits.  Jordan Brand’s innovative futuristic Air Jordan 11 design, which incorporates a carbon fiber plate in the sole and mesh uppers, was too much for the general public in 1995, but is now considered one of the greatest.  A deadstock pair of the Concords can go for a hefty amount nowadays, no matter retro or OG.  Expect to pay even more for an icey-soled pair.  Pics via Kixclusive 

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