The Jordan Spi’zike Low Joins The Growing “Motion” Pack

Vintage racing aesthetics tie the hybrid to recently unveiled pairs.

The Jordan Spi’zike Low Joins The Growing “Motion” Pack

Updated July 10th, 2024: The Jordan Spi’zike Low “Motion” is available now via Nike.com, retailing for $160. Our “Where To Buy” section contains a direct shopping link.


Jordan Spiz'ike Low "Formula 23"

SKU: HM3712-164
RELEASE DATE: Jul 10, 2024

US 07/10/2024 Wednesday

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While obviously in-line, run-of-the-mill drops outnumber special editions anywhere in the industry, a tried and true formula for Jordan Brand is creating commemorative pack releases to tie multiple together. As pairs of the Jordan Legacy 312 and Stadium 90 emerged in April & May with a curious new icon, it was clear Beaverton creatives were aiming for that exact strategy. As the Jordan Spizike Low joins the bunch, the narrative ties are more in focus than ever as all three pairs near a Fall ’24 debut.

For those who didn’t catch the previous Legacy 312 or Stadium 90, the intrigue lands center on the tongue, a Jumpman logo with trailing lines behind it. It’s led to some speculation that a racing theme is at play, the blend of vintage “Sail” accents and vibrant detailing only adding to that concept.

We’re still awaiting official confirmation on what the overriding motif is here, but regardless, the everlasting blend of red, white and blue succeeds again in this application. The frosted sheen that marks the Air Jordan 6 tongue and the Air Jordan 4 eyestay wings is particularly show-stealing, and creates some icy synergy with the metallic stamps on either heel.

The Jordan Spi’zike Low “Motion Logo” lands this Fall, retailing for $160. Catch official imagery just ahead, and keep an eye on our Jordan Release Dates page for up-to-the-minute info on when to expect this pair.

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