This pair from Spike Lee or also known as Mars Blackmon is a sequel to the classic 2006 model of the Jordan Spiz’ike. This can be considered the most successful hybrid sneaker for the entire Jordan line as the model takes some hints from the legendary Air Jordan history and turns it into a pretty mash up.
After several years, Jordan line has come up with packaged releases that have been previously released already. And one of these would be the Air Jordan Retro VII Raptors. By next fall season, they will release again this package and it will surely be an improved version compared to the last. So mark the coming of it by September of 2012.
The colorway that you see here is the original Chicago theme. For the past months, we have all seen a lot of this shoe model in various images whether it is in the court of the amateur or professional basketball games. January 21 is the mark of the comeback of the Air Jordan X and also the first time that they have released this original color since 1995. Its retail price is set at $160 per pair.
This pair is set to touch down at various retailers of Jordan come next year. This is a brand new colorway for the popular Spiz’ike model. The university blue is the colorway that dominates its uppers being made out of patent leather and nubuck. It is a bit darker than Italy Blue and can be seen on the tongue. Its wing supports the elephant print that is wrapped right around the heel and the toebox. It has white fills right on the plastic lace tabs plus the midsole and its inner lining.
This will be the upcoming shoe from the Jordan Melo M8 line that got its inspiration from the timeless Air Jordan III model. This is the latest signature shoe from the Jordan series and this Melo M8 is seen in the classic colors of Black and Cement Grey scheme of colors. It was actually made popular by the Air Jordan III.
Black is seen on the uppers for this upcoming shoe which includes the patent leather mudguard and the Flywire panel with some elephant print overlays. Cement grey is seen on its liner and tongue with varsity red accents right on the branding and the liner of the tongue.
During the middle of the nineties era, Nike produced sneaker pairs that are so amazingly beautiful that the company never had to spend much on their marketing campaign. In fact, the only thing they needed to help sell it is just made up of two components:
First is the image of the actual show and second, the phone number to contact for more information. The product was so successful on its own just being itself, designed elegantly to the fullest. Just look at the photo and even you would need no extra convincing tactic to believe in it.