February 18, 2009 BY Aaron Hope
Since alot of the passion driving the sneakerhead subculture stems from nostalgia, it makes sense that combinations like the A Tribe Called Quest-inspired Air Jordan Is tend to be polarizing. Here’s another take on the Air Jordan I, this time referencing a film from hip-hop’s golden age rather than a musical group. The Air Jordan I Do the Right Thing Pack bears the signaure visual style of the 1989 Spike Lee film and that period’s streetwear in general.
We get two white pairs in the popular hightop silhouette. Both feature a single contrast colour, including a metallic Swoosh and ankle: one with red notes and the other with green. Throw in patterned linings that mimic the texturized letters featured on a similarly-themed t-shirt and the whole set is hard to ignore. These are set to drop in July, both for $105. Stay tuned to Sneaker News for more pics and info as the release approaches. Via NT
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