If you’re a fan of the Air Jordan I (1) and the Air Jordan IV (4), you might find these interesting, or, if you’re like me, a little scary. Jordan Brand continues the mash-up trend first seen with the Air Jordan I (1) ’97, and then with the Air Jordan I (1) ’93, with this new creation, the Air Jordan I (1) ’89.
Taking the silhouette of the classic Air Jordan 1 and blending it with the key features of the Air Jordan 4, the Air Jordan 1 ’89 (seen here in a “Green Glow” colorway) is a shoe that you will either hate or love, that much can be said. The shoe features a black leather upper, accented with the same green glow seen on the upcoming Air Jordan IV (4) “Green Glow”. Features taken from the Air Jordan IV (4) include the tongue and the netting on the mid panel, along with plastic wing panels around the ankle, used to represent the plastic wings found on the Air Jordan IV.
What do you think of this Jordan Brand mash-up? Is this an insta-cop for you, or an “I’ll die before I wear those” drop? Let us know in the comments below, and hit the jump for more pics of this “intriguing” creation.