Originally released in 2006, the Jordan Spiz'ike is the ultimate in "mash up" models. This hybrid creation from Jordan Brand famously features elements from the Air Jordan III, IV, V, VI, and XX. They have been released in numerous colorways, with the latest being the Jordan Spiz'ike "Pro Stars" model. Inspired by the 90s cartoon "Pro Stars" that featured athletes Bo Jackson, Wayne Gretzky, and Michael Jordan in various scenarios of fighting crime, helping children, and protecting the environment – they have a Poison Green/University colorway, elephant print, and speckled details. Check out the pics, and look for this colorful model coming soon.
Ever since the Jordan Future hit the shelves in 2014, it has had a large following. This sophisticated lifestyle model from Jordan Brand features a fresh mix of style and sport, and has been released in numerous materials, colorways, and prints. The latest version of the Jordan Future is perfect for spring and has "low" cut upper. They are currently available for men
in striking Photo Blue, with new colorways coming shortly. Shop Sneakerhead for all your favorite Jordan Future models.
The NBA playoffs are a grueling test of endurance, intelligence, and composure. And, although Chris Paul is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury, he just led the Los Angeles Clippers past the one of the biggest hurdles in the entire NBA, the San Antonio Spurs. Paul did this with a miraculous shot as time expired in game 7, while wearing the Jordan CP3.VIII AE
. Specifically designed for the tedious demands of the playoffs, this advanced basketball sneaker features an extremely lightweight composite upper, one-piece bootie construction, Nike Zoom technology, and a Flight Web system that wraps the foot for lockdown support. You can pick up Paul's signature playoff model in two colorways now at Sneakerhead.
The Air Jordan 11Lab4 "Black Patent" is part of the Air Jordan Elements collection, which transfers iconic design elements from one Air Jordan to another. For this shiny release, the two models used were the Air Jordan IV and the Air Jordan XI. The AJIV is the base of this new creation, and the complete black patent upper was borrowed from the popular AJXI. It makes for a straightforward, yet completely unique Air Jordan model that's hard to deny. Like every model in the Air Jordan Elements collection, this sneaker is extremely limited.