Jordan Melo M9 – Dissected
Justin Taylor of Jordan Brand designed the Jordan Melo M9 with high-end watches in mind, taking inspiration from exposed inner machinery of the timepieces and creating the ‘M’ Flywire panels on the upper of the shoe. With the construction of the lockdown fit taking one more of that unshrouded approach, we’re already given a good look at the inner bootie of the Melo M9, but for some, that wasn’t enough; the folks notorious for dissecting sneakers put the Melo M9 under the microscope, taking apart the intricate upper to reveal the layered design and the unique Zoom bag on the heel and forefoot. Want to know just why the Melo M9 is one of the most comfortable kicks out here? Take a look below.
Over a dozen of childen were chained in a sweatshop to make these.
Yet, post wasinteresting and very informative... I was praying for a video but no luck.
I recommend a different approach for the next time: Get a plastic bucket > fill it with water > put the sneakers in > let 'em submerged for a night or two > place the bucket in the fridge until it is solid ice > and then use the bandsaw as @DominicD suggested.
Then, please, share those nice, crisp, clear shots with the rest of us.
i love seeing the individual components that make up a pair of shoes, but i cant help but feel a little pain looking at all these dissecting pictures....