Who should buy the Jordan Son of Mars Low

This low-top sneaker is a good match for you if:

  • You want a sneaker that features laser elephant print patterns for a fresh courtside look
  • You are after a shoe with non-removable insoles for stability

Jordan Son of Mars Low Logo

Style of the Jordan Son of Mars Low

Wearing an Air Jordan is like a badge of honor for most male cagers who have ever since wanted to cop a pair when they were young. What more could be the excitement of sneakerheads when they wear for the first time a hybrid Air Jordan sneaker that combined all the unique features of at least four iterations of the famous basketball shoe line?

Jordan Son of Mars Low Midsole

Walking in a Jordan Son of Mars Low elicits that same feeling of confidence with its well-constructed sneaker complete with unique overlays and stylish accents that would make the wearer stand out in the crowd. The elegant colors in the leather and synthetic overlays and the Jumpman logo on the tongue give this sneaker an advantage in styling as this fashionable men’s sneaker will provide any everyday looking outfit an extra oomph.

Jordan Son of Mars Low Laces

Best paired with basketball shorts or jeans, this men’s sneaker can still pass a few decent sessions on the basketball court and also be a stunner after a quick game while hanging out in the mall or partying in the club. Exuding a fashionable sporty look, this basketball-inspired sneaker can be used to achieve unique looks for men and women bringing a boost in confidence with its unique finishing and design.

Jordan Son of Mars Low Collar

Notable Features

The fashionable men’s basketball sneaker has a dual Air-Sole unit in the heel and forefoot that delivers optimum cushioning on and off the court. The superior cushioning comes with a thick outsole that doesn’t wear out quickly and promising grip and traction. Comprised of leather and synthetic material upper, this basketball sneaker comes complete with a padded tongue and collar, side perforations for breathability for a fresh and relaxed on and off-court sneaker experience.

Jordan Son of Mars Low Outsole

History of the Jordan Son of Mars Low

At a young age, for many of the world’s top basketball players today, owning a pair of the Nike’s Air Jordan shoes is like the Holy Grail of their early hoop life. Air Jordan and its equally recognizable Jumpman logo, a silhouette of the NBA legend Michael Jordan performing a slam dunk, is the ultimate game accessory on and off the court.

Jordan Son of Mars Low Toebox

The design involves a familiar Nike Swoosh logo which was no longer featured in succeeding designs of Air Jordan. This initial release of the shoe, priced at $65, also highlighted the iconic Wings logo, composed of a basketball with wings on both sides and an Air Jordan print above the ball. The OG Air Jordan I 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.

Jordan Son of Mars Low Insole

Jordan’s retro Son of Mars Low colors were also significant income-generating endeavors for footwear resellers. The anticipation from sneaker fans would always be high every time a Jordan Son of Mars release date for a specific colorway is announced. This clamor for new colorways only signifies that the well-loved shoe will continue to remain a favorite casual basketball-inspired kick for many years to come.

Facts / Specs

Base model: Jordan Son of Mars
Style: Sporty
Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Suede, Rubber Sole, EVA
Technology: Air Cushion

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.