Once a Randy Moss signature sneaker, the Jordan Super Freak has returned with the same Minnesota appropriate color blocking, with a slight twist. The colorway obviously ties into the early days of Moss’ career spent with the Minnesota Vikings, but even the style cues are evidence of its turn-of-the-century origins. Think of other silhouettes that also released around the end of the 90′s and early 2000′s, like the Nike Air 3, or a similar style with a zipper such as the Nike Air Flightposite II, and you can easily see the influences from the time period. The minor changes include what once read Eighty4 on the tongue and midsole, has now been exchanged to the number synonymous with Michael Jordan himself, Twenty 3.
Randy Moss and Team Jordan may have gone separate ways, but now you can get your hands on the best of their past relationship.
Available now: Jordan Super Freak