Although we’ve seen the excitement over the Jordan Spiz’ike model cool off in the last decade, Jordan Brand still loves to show the sneaker some love by bringing it back in fresh new colorways. This Fall, JB is giving the high-profile silhouette an all-new black and red makeover, merging design cues from some of Jumpman’s best numerical sneakers in the 3,4,5, and 6. First released back in 2006, the hybrid model came about as a nod to Spike Lee and was one of the first of its kind to in the market to perfectly blend historical silhouettes together. While not as heralded as the legacy models, they prove to be a significant notch in the sneaker timeline still proving its design influence for modern models such as the Jordan Legacy 312. If you’re looking to scoop up a pair, they are available on nike.com and at select retailers for $175.
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