So dedicated is Jordan Brand to Michael Jordan's fourth signature sneaker this year that it's morphing the shoe into the spinoff model seen here. The sneaker's Fly 89 name is a direct reference to the year the Air Jordan 4 first released and the piece holding the laces is borrowed from that shoe.
This formula is being used elsewhere by Jordan this year on the Trainer Essential, an Air Jordan 8-inspired sneaker with a shape similar to this one. Speaking of which, the shape of this shoe is not entirely foreign and almost comes off looking like an Adidas Qasa.
The Jordan Fly 89 is expected to be at sneaker stores on April 13.