Jordan Spiz’ike ‘Bordeaux’ – New Photos

December 14, 2011 BY

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The Jordan Spiz’ike is still going strong five years after it was initially released in 2006. However, this upcoming February 2012 release of the Spiz’ike has caused some controversy, primarily due to the nickname of ‘Bordeaux’ that it managed to pick up rather quickly. While the shoe has no true resemblance in color-blocking to the Air Jordan VII ‘Bordeaux’, the color palette is rather similar, as it utilizes two tones of grey while taking advantage of a wide array of colors like yellow, blue, red. The Jordan Spiz’ike ‘Bordeaux’ won’t release until February, but has become of the hot topics of conversation in Jordan circles, so maybe this new set of images, courtesy of AGS, will sway your opinion in one way or another. We’ve got more to see below, so take a look and let us know what you think.

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


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