According to Nike, the shoes feature a full-grain leather and mesh upper, air cushioning in the heel and forefoot, and a herringbone pattern on the outsole for traction. The only visual difference between the original and the new set is the removal of the Mars Blackmon logo.
The shoes, which go on sale Saturday, March 5, at 10 a.m. will set back sneaker enthusiasts $190, at least for the lucky few to grab a first-run set. For some people, $190 may seem like a lot to pay for a pay for a pair of shoes. Consider that a bargain compared to the original. A pair went up for sale a back in 2015 with an asking price of $30,000. Yes, that's US dollars.