May 7, 2009 BY Aaron Kr.
Although the Air Jordan 60+ also blends elements of the Air Jordan II and VII, the Air Jordan V seems to be, not only the biggest contributor to the design, but so far it’s provided most of the colorways as well. We have already shown you the “Grape” version and now comes the Laney High School edition, also heavily influenced by a beloved Air Jordan V color scheme. Thanks to these new pictures, we get our best look yet at the latest Jordan shoe to fuse together classic Jordan models into a single design and we also get a closer view of some of the individual components. The Air Jordan V’s influence is hard to miss, but now you can plainly see the Air Jordan II heel section and the Air Jordan VII tongue, heel tab and 23 logo. So far, sneakerhead reactions to the shoe have been mixed, but we have a feeling that once more colorways begin to emerge, a lot of people will be changing their tunes. Stay tuned for more on the Air Jordan 60+ as additional information becomes available. Via NT / Osneaker