Mash-up sneakers get a bad rap. But sometimes they hit the right groove. Often, the sneakers look forced or they have too much going on, but sometimes the new design can be better than the original kicks.
Everyone knows about the Air Jordan Spiz'ike, but Nike's catalogue has a bunch of monstrous creations that we'd rock on a regular basis, too. By mash-up, we mean putting multiple silhouettes and models together, not just slapping a Free sole on a new sneaker or updating the model with technology that makes it better. That's natural design progression—we're talking about things that you wouldn't expect to go together. Here are The Best Mash-Up Sneakers of All Time.