We told you a couple months back about a lux leather brand, Hender Scheme that basically recreates classic Jordan silhouettes in a natural leather that over time oxidizes and gets darker, similar to the leather handles on Louis Vuitton bags. Months later it seems like there back with another Jordan re-make, the Jordan VI.
Probably not as practically as its cousins through marriage (LOL), the original Jordan VI’s (which are made from rubber, leather and nubuck) these don’t look as comfortable and honestly just seem to work for aesthetic. As of right now, details on the sneaker are a bit limited, but one thing we know for sure is that consumers can expect to drop about $1,000 to add these to their shoe collection. For more pics of the sneakers, click here.
What are your thoughts on these natural vegetable color leather Jordan inspire sneakers (or shoes, considering they have a hard bottom)? Do you think they’re worth copping or just a novelty item?
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