Photos have surfaced of a flyknit version of Jordan’s premier signature sneaker. Donning the infamous “banned” colorway it looks like a well intentioned grandma knitted you a pair of J’s.
Jordan already nailed the Flyweave Retro 1 in the MTM pack, so what could go wrong? Everything. Jordan is still riding high off it’s recent banned releases so they must have thought, “why not try table doilies with rubber soles”?
Because no. No dammit, just stop it! Stop “updating” retro Jordans. We’ve tried Air Force Fusion GMO versions, foamposite versions, Flywire Retro 8, Air Max Jordan 11’s (tho to be fair the south beach one was kinda dope) and more recently Ultra High on Crack 1’s and Quilted toilet paper Jordans.
We get it, you’re “innovating” the classics but please stop. If not for us, for yourselves because one day, your kid will ask you why you allowed this to be made. You’ll have to look them right in the eyes and say “because we ran out of ideas in 2001”.