February 12, 2013 BY Aaron Kr. / 30
Making its first appearance in GS form with a 2013 suffix, this new modification to the Son of Mars hybrid represents the first such move from a Jordan Brand mashup. The Jordan Son of Mars Low resides in that 5/8ths territory with a low-cut silhouette that offers a middle ground between the traditional basketball midtop and the football-inspired lows that’ve gained traction over the past five years. This new shot emphasizes the appearance of a patent leather sweep in office lighting; have a closer look below and let us know what you think of this new Spike Lee joint.
*Air Jordan 3 Retro '88* I got a few pairs left. Size 9, 10, 10.5, 11, 12, 13 etc. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry no go......never have liked fusion J's or Sons of Mars etc, everyone like's what they like and have their opinion so with that good luck to who are copping
I like them except for the 4 pull tab on the back. Grab and exacto knife cut it off and were in business
I just want a new Jordan that I can buy in confidence. They're not providing that, and people wonder why everyone is so retro crazy.
@HundredBlackCoffins Same tounge, yes, and i believe the same sole, but the rare airs used a mostly Jordan 3 upper, these use a more Jordan 6 looking upper
@gotjordans beside these not retros, what makes these trash? seriously, tell me why?
@gotjordans Sorry hypebeast,wasn't aware that if it isn't a signature retro shoe it's "trash" stop drinking the hipsterade and get over your retro only fetish
@JosephMartin1 @dopeman978 @gotjordans I I don't really like them either but I wouldn't call them trash, just like hate it's a strong word