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Inspired from: Basketball
Collaboration: PSNY
Collection: Jordan Horizon

Verdict from 6.3 hours of research from the internet

7 reasons to buy

  • A good number of reviewers say the Jordan Horizon Premium PSNY is genuinely one of a kind regarding design and execution.
  • The stylish patterned mesh upper that is accented by the delicate leather trim that draws the eyes into this beautiful collaboration from the New York City-based fashion brand.
  • Of all the PSNY collaborations with the Jordan brand, some critics say this hybrid design for the futuristic Jordan Horizon is one of the most creatively executed with its woven mesh upper and tribal art-inspired detailing.
  • Some buyers say as good looking this shoe looks on the exterior is how it felt comfortable in the interior.
  • A couple of Air Jordan sneaker fans say they immediately copped a pair as the design would look perfectly appealing when displayed in their collector’s racks.
  • One commenter said the sneaker has a solid grip with its AJ13-inspired black sole that looks
  • The mesh woven upper felt well ventilated with enough room for the feet to move while the material allows air to circulate through the breathable material.

4 reasons not to buy

  • Some commented that while the PSNY x Jordan Horizon PRM drew influences from previous Air Jordan designs, it still felt it wasn’t the brand anymore because of its lack of connection to Michael Jordan and the Jumpman legacy.
  • A few commenters complained of the steep $225 pricing that is over than some nice
  • Some commented that the black and neutral grey colorways and woven pattern are not flashy enough to be a futuristic looking shoe.
  • One commenter noted that glue marks on the part where the upper and sole meets bothered him.

Bottom line

American fashion brand Public School New York has astonished Jordan fans with previous collaborations that another collaboration with the Jordan Horizon Premium PSNY seems to be another plausible idea. Fans of previous collaborations have not been disappointed with this team up.

The flashy sneakers, which retail at $225, come in a Jacquard knit mesh upper. While the steep pricing might be a turnoff for some Air Jordan fans, many believe the hybrid sneaker combines form, fashion, and functionality for a modern look on the basketball-inspired lifestyle kick.

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The Jordan Horizon Premium PSNY is a great fitting sneaker with a roomy interior in medium width. The sneaker has regular round laces that are partly hidden by the leather strip lining. The basketball-inspired kick runs true to size and is only available in men’s sizes. Available sizes start from US size 6 to 18 with half-sizes available for a precise fit.

The collaboration features a knit mesh fabric upper that has unique patterns that give the sneaker a tribal vibe. As a modern silhouette from the Air Jordan line, the lifestyle pump works well with daytime or night-time activities with its dark colors in the knitted mesh uppers.

Wear them with classic jeans, or a soft jogger, finish the look with a thick jacket, or a hoodie for daytime, and leather or fleece-lined coat for a classy night time look. The collaboration also came out simultaneously with apparel from Public School in the same black and grey tones like track pants and hoodies to match the collaborative shoe. The minimalist tones of black and grey upper also keep this particular style low-key yet stylish enough to muster second glances on the street.

Central to the design of the PSNY x Jordan Horizon Premium are its Air Jordan Future roots with a tightly woven mesh upper, and it's Air Jordan 13 sole unit. The Air Jordan Horizon collaboration with the PSNY fashion label includes patterns are each distinctive on its own with tribal-like designs and intricate detailing for a premium look.  The collaborative model also has a PSNY logo on the tongue with black and grey tones dominating the upper.

Since the release of Air Jordan I in 1985, the brand has been a leader in producing basketball kicks and eventually leading the shoe category several decades later. For many of the world’s top basketball players owning a pair of Jordans is a significant event in their early hoop life. The recognizable Jumpman logo of Air Jordan comprising a silhouette of NBA legend Michael Jordan performing a slam dunk is the essential game accessory on and off the court.

The first design for the Air Jordan initially involves a familiar Nike Swoosh logo which was no longer featured in succeeding models. This initial release of the first Air Jordan, priced at $65, also featured a Wings logo, composed of a basketball with wings on both sides and an Air Jordan print above the ball. The OG design is comprised mostly of leather overlays on the upper giving the shoe durability on the court and a perforated toe box giving the needed ventilation.

The success of the Air Jordan sub-brand for Nike has continued for more than 30 years since the first Air Jordan. Through the years, however, the brand has been starting to release lifestyle and off-court sneakers to cater to the dynamically changing tastes of the sneaker market. While its retro releases continue to be successful, the company ventured into manufacturing lifestyle sneakers for more styling opportunities to don the highly coveted Jordan silhouettes.

Aside from leather, other materials have been used by the brand including woven materials such as in the Air Jordan Future which eventually became the inspiration behind the Jordan Horizon design which also incorporates the Air Jordan 13 in its sole.

Meanwhile, American fashion label Public School New York led by the creative geniuses Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne has been collaborating with the brand since the Air Jordan 12. Before this, the duo has already been tweaking Jordan silhouettes for exclusive designs. The collaboration on the Jordan Horizon came out in 2017 on the same year that the PSNY x AJ12 design collaboration was also released. A year later, in 2018, the duo came out with another collaborative design with the PSNY x Air Jordan XV sneaker.

  • PSNY branding details at tongue and bottom sole.
  • All black sole design reminiscent of the Air Jordan 13.
  • Leather trimmings on the edges.
  • Woven mesh upper keeps the feet well-ventilated.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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