There’s no better name than ‘Classic’ when describing the two earliest Air Jordans. So when Jordan Brand created this ‘Air Jordan 1 meets 2′, the descriptive term ‘classic’ likely came up in several occasions, making the nomenclature process rather easy and simple (not to be confused with the Jordan Classic ’82). Combining design elements of the Air Jordan II like the heel and wing as well as the tongue with the Air jordan Alpha 1 outsole, the Jordan Classic falls along the line of other two-model hybrids like the Prime 5, only this one will come in four simpler colorways like the original Bulls, a ‘Cool Grey’ effect, and more. Check out the Jordan Classic below and expect these to hit stores this Holiday 2012 season. via TSG
man The white ones are alright but the others are shit. Some people gotta understand.. JB is trying to get rid of the casual jordan sneaker wear and go back to creating BASKETBALL-use sneakers. So they create durability and different technology to try and make a good basketball shoe
I normally don't bash on the articles...but come on! The ankle collar and tongue mesh is clearly from the AJ5!!! How could the author miss that??? I see more AJ2 / AJ5 vibe than I see AJ1 / AJ2...What was this guy thinking when he wrote this...
Will everybody stop complaining. Yes these aren't ther retros you guys have come to know and love. We do this for us not you guys. We want to be rich, so what do we do? We use replicas such as these. And we love it. We love what we do! And people, feel free to hype up all of our products because in the end, team Jordan brand profits.