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Jordan Brand Plans To Retro More Air Jordan Models 15-18


The first-ever return of the Air Jordan 17 Low “Lightning” is a sign of good things to come for fans of Michael Jordan’s sneakers during the Washington Wizards era. Jordan Brand plans to retro more Air Jordan 15-18s in the coming years. Air Jordan models beyond the AJ14 and MJ’s Chicago Bulls era have historically been retro’d less than his earlier designs. Like the AJ17 Low, expect these to be limited releases. The Air Jordan 17 Low “Lightning” releases on May 25 at SOMEWHERE D.C., UP NYC, Two18 in Detroit, and Union LA. Other NBHD stores will release them on May 30.


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