The “White/Cement” colorway is returning as a part of upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018, but on a different, brand new sneaker model. As you likely know already, the “White/Cement” happens to be the iconic, original colorway of the Air Jordan 4 that made its retail debut back in 1989. The same year, Spike Lee wore it in his comedy–drama film, Do The Right Thing. It has also been re-released in retro form twice, once in 1999 and more recently in 2016, the latter resembling the OG more closely. This year it seems, the “White/Cement” colorway will be appearing on the successor to the Jordan 88 Racer.
Air Jordan Spiz’ike is without a doubt Jordan Brand’s premier hybrid model, designed in collaboration with esteemed filmmaker Spike Lee. The last time a brand new Spiz’ike iteration was seen was back in July 2016 when a photo of a never-before-seen “Wheat” colorway of the hybrid silhouette was posted on f.hatena.ne.jp. This rendition had suede uppers dressed predominantly in a Tan hue, while its vamp panels were covered in White. Nearly a year later, there is still no news if that sneaker will ever hit the shelves. Fortunately, it seems that sneakerheads will soon be able to cop an Air Jordan Spiz’ike “White Cement” pair. Continue reading The Air Jordan Spiz’ike “White Cement” Makes A Comeback For Its 10th Anniversary