They’ve been pushing and teasing us since May with postponed release dates. The Jordan Concord 11 Bred was a gentleman for dropping on June 27. But we’re still waiting on his date. A two-day gap was set between the couple on June 18 and 20. But in the midst of a health pandemic and social crisis, who’s to say what is fixed? The Jordan Concord (W) has been pushed back to a July release. And it looks like keeping Bred and Concord apart hasn’t been treating them well on resale. Are the deconstructed versions of a beloved silhouette not received well by the public, or is the Jordan hype elsewhere at the moment?
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Jordan Concord 11 AKA Black Stripe
The Concord 11 OG was worn by Michael Jordan in NBA 1995. It was first known as Black Stripe and was the first Jordan in patent leather. But that’s where the firsts for this sneaker end. Because it wasn’t the first to get a banned rep on court. What was up with that sturdy uniform policy they had over at NBA games in the 20th century?! The OG of OGs, the Jordan 1 Bred, started out the banned lineage. Didn’t policy get that MJ doesn’t flinch over a $5K fine? It was all for the best because that kerfuffle was a hype magnet and display of character.
Jordan Concord 1+1 Situation in 2020!
A double take on low cut Jordan Concords was a bold move by the Jordan team. The Jordan 1-inspired Bred colorway was adapted to a beamy Jordan 11 Low. The AJ11 Bred that dropped in December 2019 crushed the Bred scene for this silhouette so recently that this one’s going to have to pick up! Last year’s Bred 11 is reselling for approximately $300. Whereas this year’s low cut has an average value of $235. Not so far off. But this year’s AJ11 Bred, although low, is a design mimic of its 2020 partner! Which counts for something, doesn’t it? Having two Jordan copies in polar opposite colorways.
Speaking of which, here’s the Jordan 11 Low (W) in Concord Blue. Which features the same shimmering overlay and white upper. It witnessed a global release on June 18 with the exception of the US. It’s available in women and kids sizes and is currently reselling at an average of $206. The US release will drop on Nikestore US as well as the following Footsites: Finish Line/JD Sports/Eastbay/Foot Locker/Footaction.
Release Date: 10 July 2020 (US)
Retail Price: $180 (W) $75 (GS) $55 (PS)
Style Code: AH7860-100/580522-100/645107-100
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