November 28, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 9
The holiday season is already infamous for expanding your waistline, but this year we’re in for a five-week stretch of some seriously delicious ‘bred’. It started on Friday morning (or late Thursday if you did some serious line camping and/or copped online from Europe) when the Tinker Hatfield-orchestrated miracle that is the original Air Jordan IV returned, and will reach a crescendo when what’s arguably TH and MJ’s magnum opus drops just before Christmas, in the Air Jordan 11. So it’s perfectly redundant to state that the new design pictured above has some big shoes to fill. It’s also just as clear that the Jordan Super.Fly Low does an admirable job of approaching an all-timer that symbolizes the closest thing pro basektball has to perfection. And while a retro isn’t likely in its future, the Super.Fly does indeed offer premium performance for today’s serious baller, and you can see more of this patent-mudguarded edition after the jump below.
Jordan Super Fly Low
Tags: Jordan Super.Fly Low
These are nice id actually copp these i kno the hypebeast wont be all over these so ill get em on sale to ball in
Did it's style is the same as the jordan fly wade 2 ? i got it from http://www.shopforsneaker.com/new-basketball-shoes-jordan-fly-wade-ii-c-1018_1026.html , so cool, buy the owner tell me they are factory OVERRUNS!
Shit on me all you want, but these actually don't look too bad. I just wish the tongue were blank to better catch the spirit of its inspiration.