With the launch of the "Bred" Air Jordan 1.5s fast approaching, we're getting our best look yet at these historic hybrids.

For the most part, these Jordan 1.5s stick to what we've become used to seeing with previous 1.5 releases. Up top, the Jordan 1's upper remains the same for the most part, with the only major change being the "Nike" branding on the ankle's Wings logo.

Down low is where things get interesting, as the traditional rubber sole has been replaced with Nike Air-powered polyurethane tooling. The result is a chunkier, yet more cushioned, version of one of the most memorable Jordans of all-time.

These are set to drop November 21 for a price of $150 which is far easier to stomach than the eBay prices for "Bred" Jordan 1s, despite the differences between the two silhouettes. Besides, who's really going to notice from afar, anyway?