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Air Jordan Spiz’ike – Fresh Since 1985 – Closer Look + Wallpapers

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For sneakerheads, the Spiz’ike typically tends to be a matter of black and white  – you do or don’t like it.  But for others it could be grey matter depending on the individual colorway of each release.  But it seems this pair has been getting love all around, after all it’s a combo of 3 fan favorites of the Air Jordan 3 – White/Cement, True Blues and Fire Reds.

Most descriptions and images you may have seen have revealed the Mike/Mars lace locks or the “Did You Know” print on the inner lining.  But another gem unseen to many is the insole, which graphically depicts the title of this colorway.  Found on the red insoles is a print of the typical Mars Blackmon image, honing in on the famous marketing campaign that Nike took a huge risk on to promote the AJ3, and later on the next few succeeding Jordans.  The text below it is unique, though, from other Jordan graphics.  “Fresh Since 1985” is simply recognizing the beginnings of the Air Jordan dynasty, making athletic footwear apart of pop culture and fashion.  Though pairs have been popping up for sale, these don’t officially release til January.  For those willing to wait, enjoy another look with these new images.  And if you really look staring at them, consider getting the wallpaper found at our new Sneaker Wallpaper feature.

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