If you wanted a pair of Foamposites this weekend then you had to shell out $500 plus tax to get them. The good news though is that the Nike Air Foamposite One will transition back into a slightly more pedestrian mode with the upcoming Nike Air Foamposite One “Concord” pair. The sneakers sport a colorway rather similar to the one found on that infamous Air Jordan 11, although they are of course without any sort of patent leather treatment. Stay with us after the break to see how the “Concord” Foams are shaping up and tell us in the comments if you’re hoping to purchase.
Cop, solid colorway. All the haters here prob got fucking weathermans and Spider-Man's on there feet, fucking lil bitch kids. Worry about goin to fucking school first. Everybody I have seen on release days with foams have been all fucking losers goin nowhere, only caring about copping as many pairs as possible and pleading with employees to stay in the line. Fucking losers.
@Da_Real_Big_Infinite the sole IS clear (or icy light blue)... take a look at the sole where it covers the carbon shank. it looks like either the foam or the midsole is dark-colored - and it's showing thru the outsole. but i agree with you - should have had the completely icy look heel to toe.