Jordan Spiz’ike – Black – Challenge Red – Light British Tan – Khaki | Release Date
The 2011 ‘Year of the Rabbit’ collection by Jordan Brand was one of the best zodiac-inspired releases of the decade, was it not? The Air Jordan 2011, Air Jordan 2011 Q Flight, and Air Jordan VII all released with a sick Red/Gold base, and in 2013 it returns (sorta) in this March 2nd release of the Jordan Spiz’ike. Joining the Black and Challenge Red is a clean combination of Light British Tan and Khaki for a bit of ‘YOTR’ redux, so if you’re looking to add on your Rabbit stash, cop these during the first weekend of March.
Black/Challenge Red-Light British Tan-Khaki
I'm pretty sure I saw these on the shelf of Footlocker here in Vienna, Austria 3 weeks ago. I'll go today...but I'll bet they're still there. :) But then again, so are the retro XIs, retro VI Olympic, retro 9s in almost every color...
@Small_Finite u should pick them all up and start an online store...you'd make a killing
@phil325 Alright, I checked today at the nearest FL to me...in the XI they only have a size 12. The cost is 189 Euros, which basically comes out to be about 240 usd, and then you'd have to pay for shipping. Not sure if you wanted to do that, and cover the cost of my trouble. Let me know. FYI, they also have the foamposite fighter jets in any size...but they cost 225 Euros, so not cheap. And they have the 6s in size 10.5 and 11 for 159 euros.
Well my impression is the inventory is dwindling...but the XI BRED retros are still on display at the 2 footlockers that I go to here in the city. And while I'm not sure how much international shipping might be on shoes, I can't imagine it's worse than 20-40 bucks...full disclosure: I know nothing about importing goods...so it's possible the US slaps additional tax on it. But I'm not against the idea.
@Small_Finite (if you are cool with that)
@Small_Finite because he thinks i'm suggesting you become a rape reseller which i'm not. what kind of XI's are they selling because ill send you money to buy it for me if the price isn't bad for international shipping