Color aside, the pair features an almost identical makeup to its 2022 counterpart, with just a few slight variations in design and textures used. One noticeable difference is the more prominent sporadic crisscross stitching found at the lateral side of the right shoe, on the lower lacelet panel.
Most notable, however, are the vibrant blue and indigo tones, including a base layer of premium suede and almost indigo or purple panels of burlap-like material. The signature skull logo at the heel is present on the Voodoo Alternate, as well as the inverted Jordan Wings logo and tongue tag. Other shared design elements include the forefoot mini-Swoosh logo, braided rope laces and a stitched-up Swoosh logo.
At the time of writing, it’s unknown if the pair is a one-off for Williamson himself, or if Jordan Brand intends to bring the “Voodoo Alternate” to the retail market. For more information, keep an eye on official channels.
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