"I was approached by Nick Loftis about doing the shoe. I've been supporting Greedy Genius since it first came out. Nick came with the black, and it was gunmetal and it had some white in it. So I thought, 'This would be a lot cleaner if we just went with the black and the gunmetal gray.' We wanted to do something different, and gunmetal was a perfect way to give the shoe a little accent without taking away from the model. For me, when you're doing shoes with a company, it's important that the model stand out. We could put any color we want on it, as long as people like the shoe, and it was important for me that people like the shoe. We made thousands of these shoes, and again, it's one you can't find anymore. You hear that, Jordan? I can sell thousands of shoes!"