Last year’s Jordan Brand Classic was probably most notable for Marcus Troy’s appearance in the red AJF4 Premier. This year, it might be the Air Jordan Icons colourway pictured above. You might think it looks like something for the Puerto Rican national team, but a Jordan Brand Classic insignia on the heel is the ‘that’s what’s up’ on these joints. The blue and white upper is split right where the midsole tooling allows a two-face look, so these are sure to be highly saught after for fashion as well as their limited status. If you can’t wait, MarqueeSole has a limited size run in stock already.