The Spizikes were originally released sometime during mid 2007, probably May. Those shoes had the touch of exclusiveness as they were available only to Jumpman’s online members. That would’ve left some serious scars on the rest of the sneaker community. To cater for their needs, Jumpman has decided to release this set in the States. The upper on these shoes represents a construction of leather and patent leather with a hint of meshed surface with a dominantly gray color scheme with touches of red, black and blue accents. Jordan Brand recently also introduced its Jordan Future Boot, which is now available in a new colorway.
The laces are colored in red while the toe of the shoe has a black safari design which is also visible on the back end right above the heel. The lower middle part of the upper is colored red. The side panels feature the meshed construction for better ventilation of the feet. The inner linings are colored in red, while there are touches of red on the ankle support area as well. The mid sole of the shoe is colored black with an air sole unit at the rear half of the mid sole. The outer sole, however, matches the blue accents on the ankle strap and the sides.
Jordan Brand seems to have put in their very best into the Jordan Future Boot. It was a couple of weeks ago that Jordan Brand had dropped the first colorway of their latest boot silhouette, which is ready for the upcoming Fall and Winter season. Apparently, Jordan Brand is quite eager to keep on dropping more and more colorways of the Jordan Future Boot and the latest one seems to be the “Grove Green” one that is featured here. Its mesh uppers are dressed up entirely in Grove Green and have an eVent waterproof covering on top. Since the Jordan Future Boot “Grove Green” has already arrived, sneakerheads may cop a pair for $225.
Jordan Future Boot “Grove Green”