After originally being released back in 2006, the Spike Lee-designed Jordan Spiz’ike is making its return in the black, green and red colorway that helped make it famous. The mash-up silhouette sees black used for the majority of the upper and has the color continue all the way to the tongue and into the midsole. The sneaker’s signature elephant pattern sees itself in green on the sneaker’s toe box, right above the red highlight in the midsole. The sneaker’s look is finished off with some bright red laces that are held together with the Spiz’ike’s lace lock.
The black, red and green colorway of the Jordan Spiz’ike is set to release later this year for $170 USD. For more Jordan news, take a look at the “MJ Day” colorway of the upcoming Air Jordan 32.