SoleFly Air Jordan 17 Low Alternate Lightning 2018 from jordan's blog

Looking ahead 2018, Jordans 2017 will bring a new engraved plan, today the first to bring you a brand and SoleFly cooperation from the joint Air Jordan 17 Low style. The co-production version of Michael Jordan in the 2002 NBA All-Star Game "Lightning" color Air Jordan 17 Low for inspiration to create, the upper with black, metallic silver and lightning yellow and other combinations of color, the overall visual quite eye-catching. While there hasn't been any confirmation of a true Retro release of the Air Jordan 17 Low "Lightning", SoleFly is remixing the colorway and bringing the bright yellow hue to the forefront. The premium tumbled leather is switched from white to yellow, while the black ankle collar is treated with lux ostrich skin. SoleFly's "SF" logo is seen embroidered on the heels. New Jordans 2016, It turns out that the Air Jordan 17 Low "Alternate Lightning" colorway is actually an upcoming SoleFly Air Jordan 17 Low collaboration. As a nod to Michael Jordan debuting the "Lightning" Air Jordan 17 Low in the 2002 NBA All-Star Game, SoleFly will be releasing an "Alternate" version this February 2018. Turns out that SoleFly will be collaborating with Jordan Brand on the OG-inspired colorway come February 2018 with a premium Lightning Yellow colored tumbled leather upper paired with Black and Metallic Silver accents throughout. Miami's SoleFly has some more Cheap Jordans 2017 collaborations in the works, and this time around they're unearthing an shoe from MJ's short-lived Wizards era, but with a twist. The Air Jordan 17 Low originally released in 2002 in Mid and Low form, with the latter being featured on Michael Jordan's feet during the 2002 NBA All-Star Game. The colorway he wore was the "Lightning" version as it featured the bright yellow on the heel/midfoot of the predominately white/black shoe, but what made those sneakers so memorable was that MJ totally choked on a wide-open breakaway dunk attempt, leaving both benches in laughter. Jordan laughed it off, but the Lightning 17s lived on forever as a cult classic.

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