Breaking Down The Jordan Son Of Mars

March 3, 2012 BY

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When something is underscored as a ‘Spike Lee joint’, it’d be safe to expect something out-of-the-ordinary in the level of envelope-pushing themes and ideas. It all started with the Spiz’ike in 2006, when Jordan Brand unveiled its multi-hybrid creation inspired by the original Air Jordans that Spike was cast in the supporting role, and even six years after the release, the Spiz’ike continues its esteem as the best Air Jordan hybrid ever created. The Jordan Son Of Mars is like a re-constituted Spiz’ike, using the same Air Jordan III, IV, V, and VI detailing with the Air Jordan XX mid-foot strap to hold everything down into place, and the ‘pop-art’ colorway that just dropped served as the perfect barometer of how successful the unofficial Spiz’ike Part II will be. JordansDaily had a great feature breaking down the design of the Jordan Son Of Mars, making the appropriate connections with each of the models, so check out the images below and get your Son of Mars now on eBay.


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