June 25, 2014 BY ehloknows / 0
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This year will be the 25th anniversary of Spike Lee’s influential film Do the Right Thing. And while that film didn’t boast his recurring Mars Blackmon character, it did have the infamous scene where a character gets their Air Jordan 4s stepped on (if only the retros were still $110 after tax). Today we get a look at the Air Jordan 1 “Lance Mountain” collaboration with Nike SB customized for the director, as it references Radio Raheem with the gold plated ‘Love’ and ‘Hate’ brass knuckles on the back heels with the title of Public Enemy’s hit ‘Fight the Power’ written on the ankle. While we only have this teaser image, stay tuned for more and let us know if you’d grab a pair of this 25th anniversary-referencing Do the Right Thing Air Jordan 1 in the comments.
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