June 19th, 2013 by Sneaker News
The Jordan Son of Mars Low is a sneaker tied up in the history of the Michael Jordan/Spike Lee relationship. You’ll recall that the first version, the Jordan Son of Mars, came bearing elements from all of the Air Jordan releases in which Spike helped to promote, with the sum total of its influences being the Air Jordan III, Air Jordan IV, Air Jordan V, Air Jordan VI, and the Air Jordan XX. This year’s Jordan Son of Mars Low trims the fat just a little bit though, casting off the Air Jordan XX details to focus instead on that consecutive run from the Air Jordan III to the VI while maintaining a lower-than-usual cut on a Jordan sneaker. The resulting design has a lot of catching up to do if it wants to be regarded in the same breath the Jordan Spiz’ike, but there is a new colorway dropping this Saturday at Foot Locker that is turning some heads.
While we’ve seen two colorways of the Son of Mars Low already hit stores, this soon-to-arrive “White/Cement” has been as attractive as a Retro, with “original” cues coming together in harmony. We’ll break down some of the details here, so check out the gallery and stay tuned for a release in a few days at Foot Locker and other select retailers.
Jordan Son of Mars Low
White/Gym Red-Black-Cement Grey
The Jordan Son of Mars Low “White/Cement” releases this Saturday, June 22nd for $130.
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