August 23, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 14
Remember when Brett Golliff over at Complex re-worked all kinds of classic Nike basketball shoes, shaping them into more modern looking designs? He’s back at it, only this time he took on the even bigger task of mixing up the beloved Air Jordan legacy. The result is a series of renderings that wrenches your favorite models straight out their debut decade and soups them up with contemporary tech from the boys in Beaverton-everything from Flywire to Flyknit. Continue reading to see a sample of Brett’s reinvented Jordans and then get the full piece on Complex now.
Air Jordan III
Air Jordan IV
Air Jordan V
Air Jordan VI
Air Jordan XI
Air Jordan XII
Filed under: Air Jordans
conceptually these are alright but if these were made real, i wouldnt buy them. They all look worse than the original product..
All Dope.... I love the classic Silhouettes but its the same shit over and over again. These have a nice look to them with the modern sneaker technology.
the 3's actually looked like 3's. everything else was very obscure and unconvincing. could be anything