November 27, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 0
The Pro Strong model released as Vin Baker’s signature during Jordan Brand’s first round of independent releases back in 1997 recently got a retro treatment, so what about their other major star of the time’s go-to shoe? Eddie Jones’ original version appears poised for another run in 2012 after its last release in ’04, but this time around, the OG Pro Quicks will be joined by this model that mashes their familiar look together with JB’s contemporary design conventions. The Jordan Pro Quick sheds some of its likeness to the Air Jordan XIII in favor of something closer to the Air Jordan 2011. They’re closest to the A Flight variation thanks to the Flywire-reinforced upper but also lean toward the CP3 series thanks to a Podulon-like traction pattern. Check out the upcoming White/Red/Black colorway after the jump and let us know how these compare to the original Jumpman Pro Quick. via UC.
Jordan Pro Quick
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They change fuse material by flywire and change the name to "Pro Quick".Hic.More creative plz.Q Fligt is better than this...
another lazy attempt by the jordan brand designers: use an old cp3 mid/outsole, slap on some fly wire and then try to give it some credibility by giving it the name of a pretty good jb signature sneaker from the 90's... why not just retro the og pro quick like they did with the pro strong?
just give me the reto og version and iwill be happy. these new versions look like another frankenstein creation...not a good thing in my book!