Who should buy the Jordan Son of Mars
- Users who prefer wearing sneakers with superb support on the ankles
- Buyers looking for a durable pair of footwear that they could use daily
- Fans of Jordan kicks who love to add a striking variation to their collection
Who should NOT buy it
The Jordan Son of Mars feels a bit heavy on the feet. Because of this, users who prefer donning lightweight and breathable sneakers are advised to check other Jordan iterations, such as the Jordan 1 Hi FlyEase and Jordan 1 High Zip.
Jordan Son of Mars: Among the best Jordan shoe hybrids in comfort and design
Love it or hate it, this Jordan hybrid shoe model is one for the books. The Jordan Son of Mars has a silhouette combining design elements from some of the best Jordan shoes but still has its own identity that the buyers took notice of.
It's got a style that is hard to miss
Like the highly acclaimed Jordan Spizike, the Son of Mars boasts an athletic-but-stylish look with a high-cut construction and a basketball-inspired silhouette that one can confidently wear on and off the court.
Users love how this sneaker provided them with an extraordinary amount of coziness for hours. They enjoy the leather upper that is pretty soft, pliable, and better quality than those utilized in other Jordan models.
Superb foot support and secured fit
Like most high-top models, this sneaker provides superior ankle support with added in-shoe comfort from the full-length PU midsole.
There is also a signature midfoot strap that allows a lockdown fit, in addition to the traditional lace-up closure that can be laced up to the top part. The plastic lace lock on the tongue also adds to the secure fit of the shoe.
It can stand out in the crowd
The Jordan Son of Mars is one of those Jordan lifestyle silhouettes that genuinely shine because of its key elements taken from five of the well-recognized Jordan shoes ever released.
The famed elephant print accent of the Air Jordan III can also be seen on the upper of the Jordan Son of Mars basketball sneaker, particularly around the heel counter area and towards the toe.
The Jordan VI's influence is through the netting running below the laces.
The sole construction, including the icy splatter detailing, as well as the textured Jumpman tongue and the ever-recognizable see-through lace locks is a nod to the Air Jordan V.
Its ankle construction, including the loop on the back and perforated paneling on the side, took inspiration from the VI.
And lastly, the midfoot strap, which provides a lockdown fit, is a borrowed feature from the Air Jordan XX.