In 2024, the Jordan Spizike is set to make a big comeback with its first-ever low-top iteration after spending some time in Nike’s archives. This iconic sneaker, which combines elements from the Jordan 3, 4, and 5, is making a splash with a Chinese New Year Spizike Low and a recently unveiled Bred colorway. Now, Nike is teasing us with a first look at a Team Red pair in grade school sizing.
The Team Red Spizike Low features a white leather base with deep red accents on the tongue, lining, eyestay, and midsole. It also sports the signature elephant print leather on the toe and heel. One special detail to note is the branding on the heel, which pays homage to Spike Lee’s Mars Blackmon character in the film “She’s Gotta Have It”.
While there is no official release date yet, we can expect these sneakers to hit the shelves soon along with other Jordan Spizike Lows. In the meantime, you can enjoy the official images below and stay updated on upcoming releases by checking out our Jordan Release Dates page.
It’s exciting to see the Jordan Spizike getting the recognition it deserves with this new low-top iteration. The combination of iconic Jordan elements and the innovative low-top design make for a sneaker that’s both stylish and comfortable. Stay tuned for more information on the release date, and make sure to mark your calendars so you don’t miss out on this highly anticipated drop.
What do you think of the Spizike Low? Are you a fan of the hybrid design and the new low-top silhouette? Let us know in the comments below. And as always, stay tuned to Sneaker News for all the latest updates on this release and more.
Ready to add some new heat to your collection? Keep an eye out for the release of the Jordan Spizike Low and other upcoming drops. In the meantime, you can check out our Jordan Release Dates page for more information on future releases.
Remember, it’s not just about the kicks – it’s about the story behind them. The Jordan Spizike has a rich history and an iconic design that continues to captivate sneakerheads around the world. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of sneaker history.