“Green Glow” Air Jordan 1 ’89
Coming all the way at the other end of the spectrum from the likes of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG pairs is the Air Jordan 1 ’89. That model, a hybrid of sorts, is based heavily on the Air Jordan IV. The shoe borrows the side netting, “Flight” branding, and the inside “Air Jordan” callout as well. Unsurprisingly, the sneaker will also be borrowing its colorways from said model-this one taking on the “Green Glow” look. Continue read to see more of the “Green Glow” Air Jordan 1 ’89 and stay tuned with us to find out when to buy these Jordans.
These are dope the only negative comment i see besides closed minded j-bots is the net but people if they remove the net its just a 1 with a flight tag... bottom line i copping cuz i like em & i know they will sit on shelves and i can go out without seeing 30 niggaz with my shoes on saying to eaching other" U aint rockin em rite.. i hate the hypebeast era of d shoe game now of days..... i almost wanna hang my j's up & call it quits
JB is seriously so damn stupid sometimes. The colorway isnt even all that bad, and if they just wouldve left it alone and not added the damn side netting it mightve turned out pretty good. #sometimeslessismore
Exactly why I stopped buyin new jordan releases....
Quality sucks and it seems they are running out of ideas...
@jrich7o7 it wouldn't be true to the IV's then, now would it?