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While the Jordan Spizike originally made its debut in October of 2006. New Air Jordan Shoes is going back to 2007 to bring back another Jordan Spizike OG colorway for the upcoming Fall/Winter 2017 season. Following announcement that the Jordan Spizike OG in Black/Red-Green will be making its return later this year. We now give you news of another upcoming colorway dressed in White and Navy. Going with a more simple approach. This Jordan Spizike features a Navy Blue-based upper with White overlays. It'll also replace the traditional elephant print on the toe and heel with a textured material also dressed in White. Adding for a nice contrast is the shoe's Grey rubber outsole.
New Jordans 2016, Finally getting a proper re-release for its 10th Anniversary. This Jordan Spizike comes dressed in its original Black, Varsity Red and Classic Green color scheme. Featuring a Black-based upper with Black and Green elephant print overlays. Red accents covers the laces, heel and toe while sitting atop a White rubber outsole. Designed to pay homage to Spike Lee and Mars Blackmon character that helped promote the Air Jordan line with those iconic ads and commercials. The hybrid model combined each Air Jordan that Mars Blackmon was tied to. Those signature shoes include the Air Jordan 3, Air Jordan 4, Air Jordan 5, Air Jordan 6 and Air Jordan 20. Arguably (no, definitely) the best Jordan Spiz'ike colorway ever is coming back in 2017. The Black, green, and red colorway devised by Spike Lee back in 2006 is making a return later this year, complete with all the original details that made these hybrid Jordans the standouts they were.
Jordans 2017 is bringing back the original Jordan Spiz'ike "Cement" colorway this summer next to a Black/Varsity Red option that may be this "Fresh Since '85" option from 2010, each set to release on June 20th, 2017. The Jordan Spiz'ike hybrid first debuted in October 2006 with the upper comprised of components from the retro models featured in all of the Spike Lee-helmed Mars Blackmon ads during the late-80s and early-90s. Jordan Brand periodically brought the hybrid back and it even was featured on NIKEiD, but has since slowed down in production for the past couple of years.

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