Jordan 11 Retro Low Concord Women's - Release Guide

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05/19/2020 ~ Haider Tahir

This one right here is for all the ladies. We know that you don’t get the love that you all deserve in this game but don’t you worry, on June 18th you’ll be able to get your hands on the Jordan 11 Retro Low Concord for $185.

We don’t see many women’s exclusive drops and it’s a sight for sore eyes when we actually do. But hey ladies, don’t take it to the heart. The only reason why this happens is that the men’s market is simply larger.

But that doesn’t mean that all of you don’t love the sport and the game, which is why the Jordan brand always tries to take care of you. Earlier in March, the Jordan brand paired up with one of the most hyped-up designers, Melody Ehsani to recreate the OG Women’s Air Jordan 1. 

Let’s take a look at some of the previous Women’s exclusive drops by Nike and see how they performed on the market:

Feel free to skip to the end of the article to find out how much you can resell the Jordan 11 Retro Low Concord for.

Air Jordan Women’s Exclusive

The Jordan brand released it’s first-ever women’s exclusive sneaker in 1998. It was designed specifically for female athletes and came only 2 years after the formation of the Women’s National Basketball Association.

The WNBA came 50 years after the National Basketball Association so you can imagine how hyped up women must have been. This was the perfect opportunity for the Jordan brand to dive in and take control of a market niche that hadn’t been catered for before.

What makes the Jordan brand so elusive and charismatic is the fact that it doesn’t matter if you’re a guy or a girl, there is something for everyone. Because the brand knows that a shoe is made for whoever wants to wear it and it doesn’t depend on your gender.

Over time, there have been several releases in the women’s market by the Jordan brand. Some have performed well, others have not so much. Let’s take a look at some of them:

Jordan 11 Retro Low Metallic Silver (W)

One of the most famous silhouettes for the women’s exclusive brand is featured with a metallic silver upper with a reflective tint.

Release Date: 04/14/2001

Retail Price: $115

Average Resale Price: $250

Highest Resale Price: $380

Jordan 11 Retro Low IE Black Metallic Gold (W)

An amalgamation of the black and gold upper is featured on this classic Jordan 11 silhouette.

Release Date: 06/30/2007

Retail Price: $115

Average Resale Price: $138

Highest Resale Price: $200

Jordan 11 Retro Neutral Olive (W)


This exquisite Jordan 11 comes with a Neutral Olive upper, white midsole, and gum sole.

Release Date: 11/13/2018

Retail Price: $220

Average Resale Price: $109

Highest Resale Price: $240

Jordan 11 Retro White Metallic Silver (W)

The Air Jordan 11 has been the go-to for women’s only design. And this particular rendition was extremely popular with a white upper featuring a metallic-silver finish replacing the traditional glossy patent overlay adding for a luxurious touch.

Release Date: 11/30/2019

Retail Price: $220

Average Resale Price: $269

Highest Resale Price: $314

Jordan 1 Mid SE Multi-Color (W)

This Jordan 1 silhouette comes wrapped in as the name states a “multi-color” upper making for a vibrant and popping exhibition.

Release Date: 04/09/2020

Retail Price: $125

Average Resale Price: $148

Highest Resale Price: $200

Jordan 11 Retro Low Concord

Now moving back to the topic of the day. Nike is going back to its moneymaker in the women niche. The Jordan 11 low is a particular fan favorite because of its versatility. It can be worn for a casual night out and also on the court to shoot some hoops.

Initially set to release towards the end of May, like many other sneakers, this also has been delayed. The Jordan 11 Retro Low Concord is set to release on June 18th now. This silhouette features the classic white upper with the classic Concord purple covering the patent leather overlay.

We tried to get leaked on-feet images for you but there aren’t any so we’re going to have to rely on these digital images for now.

Where to buy

You’ll be able to get your hands on the Jordan 11 Retro Low Concord from the official Nike website and select Jordan retailers on June 18th.

However, if you can’t find them there, then StockX is your best option to get your Jordan fix. However, you won’t be paying retail price on StockX but rather the resale price.

How much to Resell

Since there’s almost a month to the release of the shoe, there isn’t much we can say about the drop or how much it will resell for. But if we take a look at the historical data, we can make a pretty good estimate of how much these will go for in the current market.

Since there is a slump in the market due to obvious COVID reasons, we expect that the resale value of the Jordan 11 Retro Low Concord to be in the range of $200-220.

That’s a small profit margin considering the retail value of $185. This is largely due to the fact that women’s exclusive usually do not resell at high values because there isn’t a large resale market for them.


Jordan 11 Retro Low Concord

Release Date: 06/18/2020

Retail Price: $185

Average Estimated Resale Value: $200-$220

That’s all for today folks!

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