Lakers-Friendly Air Jordan 11 Low For Women Coming Soon

Early look at the alternate "Concord" Air Jordan 11 Low.

New details regarding Jordan Brand's 2020 lineup continue to surface each and every week, as there are now several highly anticipated Air Jordans on tap for the new year. The latest development pertains to the alternate Air Jordan 11 Low "Concord."

Specific release details have not yet been announced, but we do have our first look at what to expect. This time around, the sneaker's namesake "Concord" color takes center stage on the patent leather and inner lining, rather than just appearing on the outsole and subtle detailing on the tongue.

The result is a very Lakers-friendly AJ11 Low.

According to sneaker source @Zsneakerheadz, the kicks will be another women's exclusive, meaning they'll only be available up to the equivalent of a men's size 10.5. It is believed the sneakers will be arriving in the spring of 2020 for the retail price of $185.

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Vast Grey" 11s rumored to drop on November 30

Jordan Brand's annual tradition of releasing an Air Jordan 11 during the Holiday season will continue this year, as the iconic "Bred" AJ11 will be returning to retailers for the first time since 2012. But that's not all.

According to sneaker source @Zsneakerheadz, an all-new "Vast Grey" colorway of the Air Jordan 11 will also be releasing as part of Jordan Brand's 2019 Holiday Collection.

The color code is reportedly listed as "White/Metallic Silver-Vast Grey" and it is believed these will be another Women's release - meaning the largest size will be the equivalent of a men's 10.5. An early image of the upcoming 11s surfaced on Friday, and it looks as though the traditional patent leather overlays will come equipped with some sparkling detailing to offset the white leather construction.

Jordan Brand has not yet announced any official release details, but @Zsneakerheadz reports that the kicks will be launching on November 30 for the retail price of #220. Stay tuned for more details.

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