September 13th, 2011 by John Kim
3 + 5 + 6 + 20 = 34. A simple enough equation with a cryptic result is what you can make of this upcoming Air Jordan Hybrid shoe, which clearly combines key elements from the Air Jordan III, Air Jordan V, Air Jordan VI, and Air Jordan XX. Starting from the ground up, this hybrid sneaker utilizes the Air Jordan V midsole, and Air Jordan III mudguard, toe, and heel, and an upper that fuses the Air Jordan XX and the Air Jordan VI. Spin it in whatever way pleases you, and try to come up with some result of ’23′. Maybe the Air Jordan Spiz’ike II? In any case, we have a viewing of a Black/Red/White colorway and a White/Grey version below, so take a look, let it sink in, and let’s hear your thoughts on this Summer 2012 releasing Air Jordan shoe. via kimchee2go on NT.
Update: The name of the shoe is “Jordan Son of Mars”. Thanks @RajuOqium
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March 4th, 2011 by Aaron Hope
In an era when PEs are frequently sold at House of Hoops, this collection right here manages to go above and beyond, reminding us of a time when kicks like these really were ‘player exclusives’. Check out this impressive run of Air Jordan PEs, a collection that runs the gamut from Air Jordans IX to XXII with plenty of heat in between. Some of these like Chris Paul’s AJV and VIIIs we’d seen in away editions here on Sneaker News, but the home joints are a revelation right along with more obscure looks like Gary Payton’s Air Jordan II in the ‘MPLS Lakers’ colorway and former teammate Vin Baker’s Nines. Toss in some football-modded looks for Deion Sanders, Randy Moss and Donovan McNabb and this is a can’t miss collection so click through to see more and let us know which pair you’d pick to start your own Air Jordan player exclusive anthology. Thanks gettinit247 !
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