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Official Images Of The Jordan Spizike Low “Football Blue”

Ostensibly inspired by the Chicago flag, or the Houston Oilers.

Official Images Of The Jordan Spizike Low “Football Blue”

UPDATE November 15th, 2023: Official images have been updated below.

In one of the biggest surprises of the last few months, it was confirmed that Jordan Brand would be debuting the Jordan Spizike Low in 2024. And among its inaugural colorways, the brand new model is helping remember the days of the Houston Oilers.

Before they would go by their current namesake, the Tennessee Titans hailed all the way from Houston. Then known as the “Oilers,” the team donned jerseys clad in Columbia Blue and Scarlet Red. Here, the Spizike Low ostensibly draws inspiration from said uniforms, featuring similar and complementary cool tones across its Elephant Print, netting, sole, and nubuck panels. What’s more, the pair also features various red accents, relegating the bold color to the lace toggle and the shoe’s branded fixtures.

Enjoy a closer look at this Oilers-inspired Jordan Spizike Low via the retailer images added ahead. While a firm release date has yet to be confirmed, we do know that a release is planned for early next year in full family sizes. For now, sit tight and keep it locked for further updates.

In other Jordan news, the Jordan 4 Olive is landing this weekend.

WHERE TO BUY

Jordan Spiz'ike Low

SKU: FQ1759-400
RETAIL PRICE: $160
RELEASE DATE: 2024

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