Air Jordan 8 is probably the most underrated couple of kicks in legendary Jordan shoes. Many Jordan shoe fans believe that shoes are too heavy. Perhaps this is thanks to the extra padding that was made in the shoe compared to the previous Air Jordan models. Others, like myself, do not consider extra padding as a shoe problem. Whether you like it or not, Jordan 8 is one of the epic Jordan shoes. During the 1992-1993 "Three Peat" Championships it was discarded, this shoe was the last air of Jordan that Michael was before retiring.
Well, Air Jordan 8 has got a new look. The new Air Jordan 8.0 is an upgraded, performance-oriented version of the original 8. The new Nike Flywire technology is used upwards for increased support and stability. The tongue, hinges, drawstring, sole and heel have been redesigned for greater performance. But the biggest change in the original change is the change to the base. The new outsole uses a much more traditional fish-lined print with Jordan 8's original embroidery pattern.
This new shoe will have a total of 5 colorways in October. Four of these colors use a pure white base while the fifth is black. The black color was inspired by the original Jordan XIII "Playoff" stage. The first colorable strip is one with a white top and a newly designed strap system. Red will be used with the strap system, the inner lining, and the Jumpman logo. It also uses a red and gray mixture on the centerpiece. The shoe was nicely finished with a white rubber sole. This newly designed shoe is much more modern and designed for high performance basketball.
This shoe follows the new Air Jordan 2.0 footprints that, like the new Jordan 8.0, use the original model and upgrade with new and innovative Nike technologies that have been developed over the years. When the original Jordan 8 was first rolled back, it was one of the most anticipated Retros in the line. This new Jordan 8.0 can be one of the most anticipated new "hybrids" that Jordan Brand releases.
There are plenty of models for the Air Jordan shoes basketball available at Jordan Brand and updated. At the moment, it does not seem to be a problem with updating a large number of numbers. If that is the case, I do not mind it either.