Jordan Spiz’ike – Neutral Grey – Varsity Maize – Dark Shadow – Varsity Red

November 19, 2011 BY

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This upcoming colorway of the Jordan Spiz’ike has stirred up quite a debate on the Sneaker News comments corner, regarding the ‘Bordeaux’ moniker that’s been attached to the shoe. Truth is, these are more ‘Doernbecher’ than ‘Bordeaux’, as it features quite a hodge podge of tones – Varsity Maize, Sapphire Blue, Varsity Red, and a bright Green on top of the multiple hues of grey. However, this upcoming release holds no bearing on either the famed OG Air Jordan VII colorway or the children’s hospital that Nike has collaborated with for several years, but instead spearheads the Jordan Spiz’ike movement for 2012 while leading to the next Spike Lee-centric hybrid – the Jordan Son Of Mars. We’ve got a new set of detailed images for you below, so take a look and stick with Sneaker News for more Jordan Brand 2012 release information and updates. via RMK.

Jordan Spiz’ike ‘Bordeaux’
Neutral Grey/Varsity Maize-Dark Shadow-Varsity Red
315371-070
02/2012
$175

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