Michael and his shoes team up with Spike Lee yet again

Jordan Store New York ” Fast forward to 2007. Michael and his shoes team up with Spike Lee yet again. This time it is to create an Air Jordan Hybrid. From this reunion, the Jordan Spizike shoe was created. As is the case with Jordan Hybrids, there were as many haters as lovers of this new shoe. Most members of the sneaker community thought that this shoe was going to be a bust. Initially dubbed “retro Frankenstein”, the Spizike, was hyped up by Spike Lee himself who announced it would only be available along I-95. The shoe was originally only going to be dropped in 2 colorways. Despite the negative reaction from the traditional Jordan Retro sneaker community, the level of popularity that the shoe achieved caused Jordan Brand to drop another 5 colorways. Apparently there was a large group of Jordanheads that actually liked the Hybrids.

Air Jordan 1 New Beginnings ” Here’s how it breaks down:

Jordan 3-The elephant print, midsole, and outsole are used.

Jordan 4-The Air Jordan “wings” logo is used.

Jordan 5-The primary silhouette from this shoe is used.

Jordan 6-The shoe’s tongue and lace locking system are used.

Jordan 9-The back tab was used.

Jordan 20-The laser print graphics on the inner lining.

Air Jordan 1 New Love ” With an additional Spizike colorway releasing along side the Spike Lee PE editions, it looks like this shoe is going to be in the spotlight once again. Some, as usual, will hate it. Others, will be overjoyed. There just seems to be no middle ground for Hybrids. They are the Jekyll and Hyde of Jordan shoes for basketball.

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