Who: Tyler Blake
Twitter: @TheRealTBlake

Quality is definitely a hot topic for sneakerheads, closely followed by complaints of consistently rising prices from Jordan Brand. Do I want better quality Jordans? Of course, but at what price do we say enough is enough? More confusing is the inconsistency, for instance the Father's Day Jordan 1 High uses premium materials, pig suede in the lining, a nice denim, yet is priced at $120—under the pricepoint of other retro high O.G.s which are not even close in comparison. I think the current pricing of $170 for your numbered Jordan retro demands a high quality already, and the thought of rising prices will only make my selectivity of Jordan Brand purchases increase in 2015.