March 12, 2013 BY Aaron Hope / 19
Nike Skateboarding’s April 20th 2010 and 2011 releases were among the most highly-discussed SBs on record. 2012’s green Stefan Janoski was a subtler application and now the Swoosh skate division goes in a completely different direction with a tribute to one of the most celebrated type-A personalities on record. The ‘Concord’ Nike SB Dunk Low celebrates Michael Jordan at his laser-focused best: a reference to the 1995-96 season when MJ in the Air Jordan XI and his Chicago Bulls set the mark for best NBA season with an astonishing 72-10 record. This year’s April 20 is a Saturday like most of the biggest Jordan drop dates, and it’s worth noting that Nike SB appears to be tightening up its release schedule, so stick with Sneaker News to see how that impacts the future.
I see they didnt mess up and put the all patent toe box on em like the spacejam sb's...solves the terrible creasing problem
Why not display the prices for the sb's, but im still gonna cop these are better than the space jam sb's!
Still just as ugly as the Space Jams. Honestly, it's just kind of sad that they've gone so low as to do this. I know SB did that J pack (the first one mind you) a looong time ago, but those were rumored to be modeled after the AJ1, which has roots in skateboarding to begin with. But the 11s? Who'd skate in them lmao?
@LuisRaulitoGarcia Do you still have those Nike SB Concords in a size 10.5 for $85? If so email me at email@example.com. Please reply A.S.A.P.
@jwill227, they release April 20th, so u better call ur local skate shop to see if they getting them.
@metaleggman I think they look betterthen da space jams... but u would b surprised how many dudes iI see skateboardin in Js & kobes.. espc J3s & J4s lol
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