Jordan heads tend to have mixed feelings when it comes to hybrids, but the 1.5 has a unique history that differentiates it from most. This model was actually tested by Michael Jordan as a potential follow-up to his debut signature sneaker. After releasing the "Chicago" colorway earlier this year, Jordan Brand is set to drop another version dubbed as "The Return."
The Jordan 1.5 combines the upper of the Air Jordan 1 and bottom of the Air Jordan II, and this colorway uses black leather and scaly-like materials on the upper, while adding a white midsole and gum sole.
Expect these sneakers to release on September 19 for $150.