April 20, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 0
Bordeaux wasn’t originally a color, but rather, a French region and port city where close to a billion bottles of wine are corked each year. And with nearly 90% of those being red varieties, it’s easy to see how the word became synonymous with a rich and complex red shade. ’Bordeaux’ is also not the first Jordan Son of Mars release as it was erroneously nicknamed, that multicolor-accented ‘Pop Art’ model not really all that similar to the Air Jordan VII from which the wine-inspired name was appropriated. This new Son of Mars is much closer, but in this mixture of bright outdoor light coming inside and hitting a cellphone’s CMOS censor, we see a more washed out grey build and the outsole’s blue hit pushed toward a minty look. Let us know how you feel about these images’ overall lighter appearance and stick with Sneaker News for updates in advance of the September 15th release date. Photo: TSG
Jordan Son Of Mars ‘Bordeaux’
Dark Grey/University Gold-Bordeaux
More potato camera pics making my eyes hurt. These actually look kind of dope, I wear my 7s way too much, this might be a nice change of pace
I don't think that is the Bordeaux. Doesn't look anything like what it really looks like, and I've seen it in person numerous times.
doc plz use your common sens its bad lightin ofcourse they not guna look different, these pics have bad lighting
Im with you Doc... These arent the Bordeaux CW....I havent seen them in person but I have seen the pics of the son of mars "bordeaux" Beaverton sample pics... And they looked more like well.... The Bordeauxs....Not these.