Since player exclusive Air Jordans basically started with Eminem’s Air Jordan 4, and with the recent spotting of Drake’s “OVO” Air Jordan 8, it got us thinking when will we be able to customize our own Air Jordan Retro model via NIKEiD?
Celebrating the 23rd anniversary of the Air Jordan 7 has been a bit of a disappointment from the offerings Jordan Brand has given us thus far. It’s safe to say that if given the opportunity to design our own colorway it would make up for the lack of releases we’ve seen this year.
The closes thing we got to a retro offering from NIKEiD was the Air Jordan 1 Alpha – not mentioning the Jordan Spiz’ike. So is it time for Jordan Brand to give us what we all want and have an original silhouette available on NIKEiD? If this were to ever happen, would it take away from the originality of a classic Air Jordan?
Cast your vote and leave your thoughts on why or why not NIKEiD should release Retro Air Jordans in the comments section below.