The Air Jordan 1 and 2 will both debut new colourways this year which will be inspired by Radio Raheem, a character from the classic film Do the Right Thing.
The movie was directed by Spike Lee himself, so it should come as no surprise that the latest Spike-endorsed sneaker from Jordan Brand will also feature the cinematic colourway.
The Jordan Spike Forty Radio Raheem goes the bold, colourful route, starting with a blue mesh upper that calls to mind the Knicks-themed second colourway release. But then it’s all vibrant styling, as black textured overlays are set off by bright fuchsia accents, and the translucent outsole displays a gradient fade from purple to blue to orange.
The Nike Air Jordan Spike Forty “Radio Raheem” will drop this Wednesday at Shelflife and will be available in store as well as online for the retail price of R1899.00