Baby sizes of Air Jordans have been around from the start, but they haven’t always been the most faithful recreations. It’s not surprising to see them stripped of their tech given that the individuals they’re made for can’t even walk in many cases. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be done.
As we just saw with the introduction of the baby Yeezys, it’s possible to create a mini shoe with all of the signature features and styling of the original. We took a look back at toddler editions most popular models Air Jordans to see how they compare to their full-size counterparts.