The 2016 Jordan Shoes originally released in 1993-94 and was once again designed by Tinker Hatfield. It was the first model to be released when Michael Jordan retired from professional basketball to pursue a new career in baseball. They were not absent from the hardwood despite MJ being gone. A few PE were made for players such as Kendall Gill, Penny Hardaway and Mitch Richmond, as well as BJ Armstrong wearing a released with his jersey number on the back instead of the usual "23."Michael Jordan left the game of basketball in 1993, leaving Nike with a 9th Signature shoe that he could not debut on the hardwood. Although, the Air Jordan 9 is the only sneaker that Jordan did not debut in the NBA, this shoe is as dynamic as the guy who didn't wear them that year.
For one of the more random returns of an original Air Jordan colorway this year, the New Jordans 2017 is back again in its most iconic look of black, white, and red this fall. Last returning in 2010 just two years after it appeared in the Countdown Pack collection of 2008, the OG “Chicago” colorway took a little longer hiatus this time around, and is a welcome sight for all of the Air Jordan 9’s biggest fans looking for a fresh pair. This time receiving the “Remastered” treatment, the beloved colorway will feature relatively better quality leather and Nike Air branding on the sockliner—although they’ll also come with the remastered price tag at $190, which seems a little steep for the fairly simple and low-tech design of the shoe.
2017 Air Jordan Shoes has it’s own unique story. It was originally planned to be made with black sole, and due to confusion on the factory, more than 10000 pairs were made with white sole. It surely will have a page in the sneakers history, thanks to this incident. Shoe also features black leather and black nubuck, with photo blue accents on lace loops, stitching, and lining.Enjoy your best look yet at the OG Air Jordan 9 colorway, ans stay tuned to Sneaker News for a confirmed release date. Jordan never wore them to the basketball court when they were just released. The Air Jordan IX were the shoes that were put on Jordan's feet on his statue in Chicago, Illinois.