March 15, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 25
The Spiz’ike is undoubtedly Jordan Brand’s most successful hybrid sneaker design to date, its recipe for success a combination of elements from Air Jordans III-VI with a little XX sprinkled on top. The Twenty’s contribution is actually more like a savory filling, as its signature laser etching appears only on the sockliner where it’s almost entirely obscured. This is one of the big opportunities that allows the Jordan Son of Mars to use essentially the same range of Jays to come up with an entirely different result. This ‘Concord’-leaning Son of Mars puts its laser cuts right out in the open on the XX-style massive midfoot strap, while the AJ5-inspired midsole catches your eye with its speckle-enhanced sawtooth. Click through for a detailed examination of this pending release and stick with Sneaker News for the drop date. via Kinstor
Jordan Son of Mars
White/Club Purple-Cool Grey-Black
Take dat 20 strap off & u have a new version of da spi'ikes... plus u add in dis cw, u have a mean asss shoe. But unfortunately these will sell out. Quiker then da pop tarts lil dwayne b wearin
I got the son of mars that just came out, and already can't wait for these dam ....jb in my pockets!!!!
these make the pop art SOMs look awesome. fan of the shoe silhouette, but the blocking and colors SUCK. haters gone hate.
JB needs to stop releasing these bullshits and release some 8s man. Not the 8.0 garbage. It's been awhile JB the 8s are overdue.