Arguably one of the most iconic Jordan shoes in history, the Air Jordan 11 has been winning over the hearts of sneakerheads with its annual releases.
Since debuting in the year 1995, the silhouette has gradually increased in retail price due to a rise in demand, productions costs, and exclusivity. BUt before diving into the prices of the classic Air Jordan 11 model, one must note that it has three variations: the IE Low, the Low, and the Mid. This means that each separate style currently has its own respective retail price. However, given the overwhelming popularity and desire for the silhouette, it also has a wide range of prices on the secondary market considering that many sneaker lovers across the globe will resort to paying x amount of dollars over the MSRP just to get their hands on a pair.
“…one must note that it has three variations: the IE Low, the Low, and the Mid.”
The Air Jordan 11 Mid is certainly the most cherished among the three.
It has been a mainstay for Jordan Brand each year with retro releases of its classic styles such as the “Bred“, “Space Jam“, and “Concord“, and will continue its holiday appearances with a 25th anniversary colorway towards the end of 2020. Right now, they retail on the shelves for $220 USD.
On the resell market, the shoes are priced all over the place. A couple of factors that play into this include that of the year it was released, the condition it is in, and its colorway. For example, the aforementioned “Concord” colorway is one of the more sought-after styles to ever drop, and its been re-retro’d on several occasions. To give you an idea of deadstock (unworn and in original packaging) prices, a size 9 pair from 1995 is currently listed on StockX for $758, while a 2018 version is currently selling for $458. Consumers tend to value older, mint conditioned pairs given that they are harder to come by nowadays.
Next in line is the Air Jordan 11 Low.
This silhouette is essentially a chopped-down version of the flagship silhouette that keeps the same patent leather mudguards and mesh upper paneling. It usually sees through to newer releases throughout the Spring/Summer season, and this was reflected by the ushering in of its “Concord Bred” and “Concord Sketch” colorways in 2020. As of now, the retail tag for the Air Jordan 11 Low sits at $185. In terms of the aftermarket prices, they typically float between the $200-300 range, depending on the condition and colorway.
Last on the list is the Air Jordan 11 IE Low.
This model is probably the most unique of the three considering its entirely different construction that is comprised of textured leather uppers, and overlays that arrive cut out with several triangular openings across the forefoot and mid-foot. The model recently returned to the market in 2020 in a “Black Cement” colorway as a nod to the ever-classic Air Jordan 3. As of now, the price point for these currently sits at $170 USD. Given that this particular style is arguably the least popular out of all Air Jordan 11s, these usually sit somewhere within the realm of $200-300 through third-party retailers as well.
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