The Original Jordan Spiz’ike is Back
This Saturday, Jordan Brand will re-insert the original Jordan Spiz’ike release from 2006 back into the fold. The White, Green, and Red colorway is inspired by Spike Lee’s production company known as 40 Acres and a Mule, while the design of the sneaker itself is a hybrid of the Air Jordan III, IV, V, VI, and XX – five sneakers that the Brooklyn-bred filmmaker helped bring to the world. Nikestore will release these sneakers on Saturday, August 9th at 8 AM in limited quantity (29,032 pairs to be exact), so check out the official gallery below and stay tuned for the latest in Jordan Release Dates and more.
I still have the black pair in excellent condition and I wanted these to when they first came out but I'm going to miss these again I do hope they drop the black pair again in the near future though I would love to get my hands on another pair
I've wanted a pair of spiz'ikes for a while and I was very happy when I saw there was gonna be a new spiz'ike release, well technically a re-release. I gotta say the whole "Limited Release" thing just annoys me, it means I have about a 1% of copping them which is shame because I value spiz'ikes and something about this coloray calls to me.
29,000 pairs probably since celebrities were given multiple pairs. For me let Jordan brand make 1 pair. Besides, we all know where they'll end up next as usual.
@carriewilliams1984 Doubt it.
This is the 2014 model not the 2006. So technically its a retro of the 06, look st the stars on the toe cap they poke out. Of course too they were produced in 2014
@inTheNameofQuen I understood what you typed but damn fix those grammar errors my dude.