With Obama’s Payroll Tax cut extension secure, shoppers can afford a real necessity, the Nike Air Jordan XI Concord at $180.00 a pair.
We’ll, Not Seniors. (they don’t need new shoes, right?) The money will come from funds that would have keep Social Security Solvent, oh well, it’s shoes!
I thought we were in a “Middle Class” recession.
The arrival of Nike’s new Air Jordan 11 Retro Concords in stores just in time for Christmas brought pandemonium all over the country.
Thousands lined up across the country to shell out $180 for the black and white “J’s” that went on sale at midnight.
Police were called to shopping centers in Indiana, Florida, Texas and Virginia among other states to control crowds of hundreds lining up for the shoes.
“I don’t remember anything like this in the recent past at all, definitely not with the iPhone or anything like that,” Linda Jackson, a spokeswoman for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, told ABCNews.com.
Indiana police were called to three malls to help control “hectic” scenes of hundreds of shoppers, including many teenagers and children.
- Ugly Scene at Atlanta Mall as People Stampede for New Air Jordans (Video) (thegatewaypundit.com)
- NikeTown New York – Air Jordan 11 Concord Launch | Event Recap (freshnessmag.com)
- Air Jordan release sparks violence at Richmond, Fairfield malls (mercurynews.com)
- Babies Left In Cars, Shots Fired, Doors Broken Down: Just Another Air Jordan Release Date In America [Shoegazer] (deadspin.com)