It’s not often the hybrid designs from Jordan Brand get praised among the sneaker community. Majority of us have a lot of love for the classics and hate to see them being used in fusions, hybrid and crossover models. The same can’t really be said though for the Jordan Icons, a new hybrid model which is actually getting a little bit of acceptance from the consumers.
While trying to maintain a somewhat unique look the Jordan Icons still clearly draws noticeable influence from the Air Jordan XX and the Air Jordan XX3. The upper and tongue feature stitching similar to that used on the XX3 while the midsole and the outsole construction is similar to that on the XX’s. Built into the sole unit and providing superior comfort and cushioning is a I.P.S. system, which stands for Independent Podular Suspension. They even include the newly designed 23/25 logo which has started appearing on some of Jordan Brand’s releases this year to mark their 25th Anniversary.
To debut the Jordan Icons two colorways have been released to the public, one of which is the classic Bred colorway shown here in Black/White/Varsity Red. You know Jordan Brand can’t resist using that signature color scheme of theirs.
For those who are interested in picking up a pair of the Jordan Icons you can get em now through Finishline for $125.