City of Flight Air Jordan 9 LA All-Star 302370-021

  • New Jordans 2018 will debut the Air Jordan 9 "LA" to coincide with All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, California. The 25th anniversary of the Air Jordan 9 is in 2018 and a preview of how Jordan Brand will celebrate the shoe is shown with this DMP-styled edition of the sneaker coming in a colorway of black, summit white and metallic gold. Made of black suede with white tumbled leather overlays, the metallic gold hits is seen on the tongue and heel through branding, while a white rubber sole completes the look altogether.
    Jordans 2017, One of the most famed colorways in Jordan Brand's history is "Bred". It's a simplistic combination of black and red that goes together perfectly, paying tribute to MJ's Bulls. In the past it has dressed up numerous silhouettes including the Air Jordan 9, which until now remained exclusively in Jordan's PE catalog. Now, for the first time that model is making its way to the public primarily draped in black with subtle touches of red on its Jumpman branding. Dressed in a Black, Summit White and Metallic Gold color scheme. This Air Jordan 9 is highlighted with its translucent outsoles and Los Angeles map-inspired graphic insoles.
    New Jordans 2017, Another Jordan 9 releasing as part of the Spring collection is the LA All-Star offering that sports a black and white color scheme with a map of Los Angeles emblazoned on its insole. The 2017-18 NBA season hasn't even tipped-off yet, and we're already getting a taste of the upcoming special edition footwear for All-Star Weekend in Februrary. It looks like Jordan Brand has big plans for the Air Jordan 9, which we get a full preview of here today in a new colorway celebrating the All-Star festivities in Los Angeles. The classic model features a clean and simple two-tone colorway in black nubuck and white leather with semi-translucent outsoles and what appear to be reflective-striped laces. They're finished with a map of the LA area on the insoles.
    Cheap Jordans 2017, The Air Jordan 32 Low Free Throw Line takes inspiration from Michael Jordan's famous 1988 Dunk Contest victory, where he took off from the free throw line. Paying tribute to the Air Jordan 3 "White Cement" that he wore, a subtle elephant print design is featured on the upper. The translucent outsoles feature a Red Stripe and "3:51" as a nod to the time on the clock when that now iconic image of MJ's 1988 free throw line dunk was captured. Additional detail includes a set of "10's" as a nod to Jordan's perfect 50 score.