With contributions from Pete Forester and Jacques Slade
Air Jordans are going to be made in a whole different way for spring 2015. In an interview with Sole Collector, the brand's VP of footwear confirmed that the Jumpman is remastering the way it produces its retros by using new materials and getting the retros closer to the originals as possible. While this may sound like great news to most 'heads, this new overhaul does come with a price (literally). The new changes will cost the brand 10-15 percent more money in production, which will most likely be passed down to the consumer. Of course, this begs the question: Would people be willing to fork over a extra dough to get a truer Air Jordan retro? We talked to some prominent sneakerheads to get their take. See what they had to say by checking out Would You Pay More for Better Quality Air Jordan Retros?