Air Jordan 11: Breaking Down New Retro 'Concord' Shoes
Jordan finally drops the shoes we've all been waiting for with the holidays right around the corner.
The new Air Jordan 11 retro 'Concord' shoes are by far the best Jordans of the month and although it's been a relatively slow December, these sneakers end it with a bang when they drop on December 23rd.
Let's take a closer look to see how these shoes grade out.
"WOW" Factor: Eight out of 10
They don't glow in the dark, they aren't neon and they don't have a stupid design that is going to cause rubbernecking drivers who can't help but stare at your shoes to get in an accident.
That doesn't mean these can't get a little love in the "WOW" department. These are the sort of kicks whose "WOW" factor is high because of their tremendous appeal.
They aren't a 10 out of 10, as not everyone within a quarter-mile radius is going to be fixated on them, but they are more than deserving of an eight out of 10.
Design: 9.5 out of 10
These shoes have the perfect blend of white and black going on. They have a classic and modern look about them all at the same time and in all right ways.
These shoes may or may not be built for the long haul, but for as long as you can keep them in pristine condition, they're going to be nothing short of spectacular.
The placement of the Jumpman is perfect. While the toe looks just a tad awkward, it's a complete non-factor.
Overall Swag Grade: 10 out of 10
What should the overall swag grade be for these shoes?
There are some shoes that make you feel like you can take over the world every time you put them on. The only shoes that will give you more swag than these kicks are the Bennie the Jet-worn PF Flyers from The Sandlot.
The versatility of these shoes is off the charts and you'll have plenty of opportunities to rock the best kicks of the holiday season. With the way these are sure to appeal to the masses, there is no way to justify giving these shoes anything less than a perfect swag grade.
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