Being married to the greatest basketball player to ever play the game, who also happens to have his own sneaker empire, must come with a perk or two. And it looks like Yvette Jordan also has an exclusive Air Jordan 1 in her collection, if the image above is anything to go by.

While this is obviously an official Air Jordan, the shoe actually uses the Dunk Sky Hi build, as evidenced by the coloring on the soles. The sneakers were posted on Instagram by Solefly, a store owned by Yvette Jordan's brother, which teased a possible retail release in the caption for the photo. The sneaker wedge trend was popular a few years ago but never quite managed to have a sustained following.

In other sneaker news, Nike's Air Presto drops in a brand new "Black Out" colorway.

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