Let’s just go ahead and keep it all the way funky, any Jordan Brand hybrid is a flashpoint for debate. People may get up in arms when they see the signature models chopped and screwed but in rare instances like the Jordan Spizike the debate is pretty one-sided or closed all together. I’d like to petition that the Air Jordan 2.0 get a hood pass also.
First, they put together a Gucci-esque colorway with a very premium feel to it and now this colorway pops up. Off top, putting wolf grey and cement in the description of any sneaker gets my attention and that metallic gold 360 Air sole is perfection. The bottom line is that reinventing old models helps out Jordan Brand’s bottom line and I’m fine with their efforts to repave memory lane because at least we get a Starbucks out of the deal every now and then.
Look out for these on August 13th.
H/T: Nice Kicks
Donwill may be better known as a member of Tanya Morgan and solo artist but he also harbors a pretty healthy addiction to sneakers. When he’s not creating soulful Hip-Hop songs he can be found writing about soles full of visible Air over at Kicks On Fire.