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OMG Shoes: Angelenos Camped Out for the New Air Jordans That Dropped Today

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The line at Niketown in Santa Monica by chiva1908 via Twitter
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Did you catch the long lines at the Beverly Center or Niketown this morning (or even last night)?

Shoe fans were waiting so they could drop $160 bucks on the New Air Jordan 4 Retro shoes that were released today.

Things apparently got a little heavy at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza this morning. Police were called in around 9:30am where a crowd of about 100 people were awaiting the release of the kicks, according to City News Service. A caller said that crowd was becoming unruly outside Foot Action, but things had calmed down by the time police arrived.

Here's the line in front of Shiek's this morning:

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Outside of Shieks in Los Angeles by @POWiMbEAUTY via Twitter