With the Air Jordan XIX, Jordan Brand began to create slightly redesigned “SE” versions of the of original sneaker, e.g. the “shroudless” Air Jordan XIX SE. This year, the “SE” is back with the Air Jordan XV SE, a modernized design re-interpretation of Tinker Hatfield’s last pre 2000 Air Jordan design. The Air Jordan XV SE retains much of the design characteristics of the Air Jordan XV including the overall shape, midsole and woven upper. The most obvious differences are the removal of the “hanging tongue” and the retooling of the outer heel area and sole.
The Air Jordan XV SE is set to release soon. There is no word yet on the release of the “All-Star” Air Jordan XV SE colorway as of now.
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