The beloved "Concord" Air Jordan 11 is reportedly making a return in 2018. According to DJ Folk, the white and black 11s have been fully remastered and although there's no specific release date it is expected that the shoes will re release in 2018. 

Some sites are reporting that the Concord 11s will be dropping during the Holiday Season of 2018, which makes sense considering Jordan Brand has made a habit of dropping a pair of 11s right around Christmas time. 

The Concord 11s have not released since 2011 and as of now there are no images of the 2018 rendition but we already know what to expect. If you're unfamiliar, take a look at some shots of the 2011 Concord Air Jordan 11s below.

Air Jordan fans have plenty to be excited about as we head into 2018, as reports suggest a number of classic OGs will be remastered including the "Flint" Air Jordan 13s, and "Black Cement" 3s which are rumored to release during the NBA's All-Star weekend in February.

Additionally, two of the more popular Air Jordan XIVs are also on tap for 2018, according to @Zsneakerheadz (via @Soleheatonfeet). The sneaker source claims both the white/red "Candy Cane" Air Jordan XIV and the black/red "Last Shot" Air Jordan XIV will be making their return to retailers next year. It's worth noting, next June will mark the 20th anniversary of Michael Jordan's game-winning "Last Shot" over Utah's Bryon Russell in the NBA Finals, so those kicks figure to release in June in honor of MJ's 6th NBA championship.

On top of all that, @Zsneakerheadz mentioned a couple more notable Air Jordan releases for 2018, including the "Dark Shadow" and "Steel" Air Jordan 10s, a pair of grey Air Jordan 11 Lows, "Easter" Air Jordan 11 Lows, a new "Desert Sand" Air Jordan XIV and the "Melo" Air Jordan 2, which serves as a nod to Carmelo Anthony's Denver Nuggets days.

It's still too early to tell if all of these kicks will actually hit retailers next year, but it certainly looks like the Concord 11s, Flint 13s and Black Cement 3s will all be part of Jordan Brand's 2018 lineup.