Colourways: Home , metallic r , grape w, grape b, fire red, metallic b, laney , metallic w, ls, green bean, sunset, stealth, olive, burgundy , laser, cdp, dmp raging bulls, cinder, premio bin 23, Tokyo 23, wolf grey, quia 54, independence day, fear, doernbecher, gamma, shanghai, belair, laney 2, Oreo, infrared 23, pre grape,
pro stars , cny, alternate 90, cavs , gold medal, supreme g, supreme w, supreme b and bronze
Release date: 1990
Types: og , lux , low, og remaker and supreme
Traction: This traction is one of the worse tractions in the jordan collection, featuring zigzag translucent bottom with a rotted middle that is litteraly nothing to help at all. The jordan logo sticks out on the bottom for an elusive effect.
Cushioning: the cushioning features the air max pocket for the third and final time with the outer sides being much more flexible to feel the air max more in this shoe. It wasn’t necessarily the most comfy shoe.
Materials: the materials consist of felted inside again and the outer is a softer unidentified textile that goes all the way to the toe box. This can be a really pricey shoe depending on the model
Lockdown: since this shoe is high cut the lacing and lockdown is pretty good especially for this shoe to be made very cheaply. It is ok for playing on a court
Avg price/ where to buy: the gold medal is the cheapest one that you can buy today for 159.99CAD but the supremes can cost anywhere from 800.00CAD to 1200.00