an opportunity to pick up a fresh replacement. The latest version of Tinker Hatfield’s favorite Jordan sports two key elements enthusiasts will approve of—higher cut patent leather and the number "45" instead of the traditional "23" on the heel, a nod to the original pair Jordan wore upon his return to the league in 1995. December's Air Jordan 11 releases have became known for the pandemonium they've caused. A true-to-form reissue like the 2018 “Concords” would be a top pick had they released any other year. Holiday 2018 is completely different than previous times. General release Jordans aren’t the hot ticket item on everyone’s wish list like they once were. The reality is that “Concords” could still be available come Monday morning, which creates an unfamiliar scenario for Jordan Brand and buyers.