Let the frenzy begin, this is what happened when then Air Jordan 11 (XI) Concords released. Second time around, the Air Jordan Retro 11 Concord was a hit and selling out within a day or so. The Release Date for the Air Jordan 11 Retro Concord was October 25th 2000 with a retail price of $125 and was a general release. They are dubbed the Concords, after the official colorway. They feature a white upper with black patent leather around the base, which was the first time patent leather had been used on a basketball shoe. They also feature a clear outsole, which is adored by many, but made many Jordan fanatics disappointed at the fact that they turn yellow after a while. Other specs of the shoe include a carbon fiber spring plate, ballistic nylon uppers, a Huarache inner sleeve, quick lace system, carbon fiber sheath and air sole.