Air Jordan 11 Release

Us in the Minimalistic Shoe world can be a little crazy about our shoes but we have nothing on Nike Air Jordan fans.

Nike's latest Air Jordan basketball shoe has triggered pre-Christmas stampedes in shopping malls across the United States, resulting in several arrests.

In Tukwila, Washington, a suburb of Seattle, police used teargas to tame around 2000 people who surged into the local mall in the early hours of Friday morning to get their hands on the coveted Air Jordan 11 Retro Concord.

"I've been doing this for 15 years and I’ve never seen such a large crowd and such an unruly crowd," Officer Mike Murphy of the Tukwila police department said.

Well I know one thing for sure...if you run barefoot you won't have to get teargased to buy shoes..



  1. Sorry but those are UGLY!

  2. It wasn’t that hideous. The news, however, was more terrifying than the shoes.