Sneaker News is really excited about the upcoming release of the Jordan Spizike “Oreo”. One of the most popular designs in the Jordan line, the Oreo is released as part of the Remastered Series, celebrating 30 years of the brand name.
Jordan Spizike “Oreo”
Color:Black/Cool Grey-Grey Mist-White
Release Date: May 20, 2015
The Oreo name might make it seem as though this shoe is a classic black and white combination, but this is far from the case. Instead, the shoe offers a combo of white, black, cool grey, and grey mist. The base is actually done in black with grey mist accents transcending the vamp and heel of the shoes. The sole and outsole are plain white which works very well with the dark accents of the upper shoe. The wing eyelets are also an eye catcher, which is set against a black tongue and equally black shoelaces. The result is a very powerful shoe design that manages to look classy when worn anywhere.
Unfortunately, this one does not come with the Jump Man logo. The heels are adorned with a different design, but still reminiscent of the Jordan brand series. The two heels actually have different icons on display, one of which is showing the “Brooklyn” logo. At the bottom, you have got classic shoe lines with the word “Jordan” emblazoned at the major part of the shoes. This way, every step you take – you leave Jordan footprints on the surface.
Design and Durability
A combination of notable materials for durability, it is safe to say that the Jordan Spizike “Oreo” is a study of decade’s worth of technology learned by the Nike brand. Earlier versions of this design are definitely no match to the latest manufacturing techniques utilized for the Oreo. As expected, this shoe is bound to be equally comfortable and durable. Ideal for trips outside, it is built for heavy use but carries a kind of class that you can take anywhere. With this in your collection, you should not have any problem finding the right shoe for all kinds of occasions.
Buy Jordan Spizike “Oreo”
The Jordan release date for the Oreo is set for May 2015 which is just a few days away. According to news, it is supposed to sell for $175 which is roughly the same cost as all other Remastered Jordan models out in the market today. No reports on whether this has a GS version yet, but a lot of people are definitely hoping that there is a wide range of size options for the Oreo model.