New Air Jordan 17+ Retro Returning This Today
New Jordans 2016, During Michael Jordan's final play days, he was rocking the Air Jordan 17+ ... which will finally return. The sneaker boasts a predominantly white upper, while croc pattern in black comes on the heel, and finished with Sport Royal lace lock. the Air Jordan 17 took inspiration from MJ's love for jazz music. The hardwood legend laced the Wilson Smith-designed silhouette up during the last leg of his career in the nation's capital, Dressed in an orignal color scheme of White, Metallic Copper Coin, Black, and Sport Royal. The shoe is built with premium leather and luxurious hits of Copper and faux Croc detailing embossed on the back end of the shoe. Other details include Sport Royal accents throughout. It was back to business for Michael Jordan when his Air Jordan 17 dropped in 2002, complete with a metal briefcase. His Airness returned from retirement again to join the talent-starved Washington Wizards. The 17 drew its inspiration from jazz music and the sleek Aston Martin, but maintained the lace-shroud from the Jordan 16. At 38, Jordan led the Wizards in scoring while wearing the 17, and became the oldest player to drop 50 points in a game.
The Jordans 2017 was inspired by Michael and designed by Wilson Smith III. They came in a case with a CD and a special metal briefcase. They feature full- grain leather uppers with full grain lizard emboss,a midfoot cover which provides a customized, supportive fit, as well as a foambacked Lycra collar for increased comfort. They also feature a lightweight phylon midsole with blow molded heel Air-Sole unit and forefoot tuned air unit, TPU heel stabilizer for heel and ankle support, and a full length composite shank plate provides increased support and prevents turf toe.The outsole is constructed from rubber, and was designed after a golf course with fairways, greens, and bunkers. Included in the upcoming lineup will be the original "Copper" colorway, designated as a 17+ when it originally released back in 2002. The shoe, which was actually worn on the court by Michael Jordan, is highlighted by faux croc leather overlays and copper hardware along the lacing system and heel.