August 9, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 0
If you’re old enough to remember the 1995 original release of the above pictured candidate for 2011 sneaker of the year, you probably remember when it was more efficient to get in line early Saturday morning to cop your Jordans rather than relying on internet retailers. But in the sixteen years since the Air Jordan XI ‘Concord’ first dropped, we’ve witnessed the game shift radically because of the internet, allowing some retailers to hook us up with the hottest releases before they hit traditional retailers. One such seller is Air-Randy, who sold through a shipment of Concords already and took the time on Monday evening to answer questions from buyers who had questions about shipping delays and the availability of a second run. A sneakerhead named Frank McCullough pushed ARHK to honor their 72 hour shipment guarantee and Randy replied with a $10 refund for each pair of Concords ordered. This kind of transparency looks good fir Air-Randy, but not as great as the spread of Air Jordan 11 Concords they have for the second shipment around August 11th.