Launched on 17/09/2019
Utilising a lighter white and grey across its upper, the silhouette’s signature ‘bunny ears’ are once again the stand-out feature.
In a sneaker market where everything gets leaked months ahead, it’s refreshing when a surprise release comes along, and this time it's Nike Jordan providing the goods. Using the under-appreciated VIII, the latest iteration does away with tradition and deviates from the OG colourways worn by Mike in 1993.
Utilising a lighter white and grey across its upper, the silhouette’s signature ‘bunny ears’ are once again the stand-out feature. Wearing a combination of neons – in pink, yellow, and blue – the rubberised straps lock down the midfoot for additional support and, when paired with the Huarache-like inner booty, ensure stability during even the most rigorous of situations. Finishing the look, the same colourful hits appear both underfoot and to the bouclé tongue branding; adding a playful pop of colour that’s sure to break necks both on and off the court.