July 1, 2009 BY Aaron Kr.
So far, the response to the Jordan Sixty Plus model has been pretty mixed. Despite that the shoe takes a similar approach to the generally beloved Spiz’ike in that it blends elements of some classic Air Jordan designs, there are many hard-to-please purists who think that these hybrid Jordans are borderline sacrilegious. Say what you will about them, but there can only be so many Retro releases per year and these are a nice way of compromising for the more open-minded fans of the early Air Jordans. The Sixty Plus will start out by dropping in two colorways. The Black/White/Varsity Red will hit stores in mid-August with the White/Del Sol/Varsity Royal Laney HS edition following in September. You can check out an up close look at both colorways, plus the corresponding release info for each after the jump. Via Jumpman23.
04/20/86 – 63 points – Chicago vs. Boston – Air Jordan 1
03/04/87 – 61 points – Chicago vs. Detroit – Air Jordan II
04/16/87 – 61 points – Chicago vs. Atlanta – Air Jordan II
03/28/90 – 69 points – Chicago vs. Cleveland – Air Jordan V
1/16/93 – 64 points – Chicago vs. Orlando – Air Jordan VII
Color: Black/White-Varsity Red
Color: White/Del Sol-Varsity Royal