Not that we’re counting, but it’s been 440 days since Jordan Brand released its last Air Jordan Premio from the Bin 23 Collection. Since then, there has been an abundance of Air Jordan Retros that have held us over, but to say the sneaker community has been patiently twiddling its collective thumbs is quite the understatement. Simply put, the Bin 23 Collection needs to make a comeback. Going back to the first Air Jordan Premio release of the Air Jordan II, we caught the first glimpse at the unparalleled luxury of ‘Premio’, as each individually numbered unit featured pristine materials, solid-wood shoe-trees, and separate shoe bags – the stuff you’d expect with high-end $1,000+ dress shoes. Not only is the Air Jordan IX the rarest of the bunch, this autographed pair (scribbled on by Michael Jordan) is, according to the seller, just one of two in existence, so take a look below to refresh yourself on Premio goodness and check out the full listing from oregonsole on eBay.
Okay, don't get me wrong these kicks is hott!! And I'd love to get them. But if you go look at the auction on eBay you'll see they are up there for almost 3Mill. I think it is funny how people complain about how they ain't got no money for gas or food or to pay they bills, but some people out there are spending 3 mill on a pair of shoes signed by MJ. to me that just sounds ridiculous.
speaking from a personal level and as a person with every bin exact the bin 5 and not 1 pair of bin 9 but two pairs, the quality is by far top notch! !!! Only thing to me is the box could've been better! Now watch everyone talk about they got all the bins on ice!
love the Premios, glad I copped them all as they came out, now you gotta pay like 1k+ for each pair. I'd get a 2nd set, but I'm goin bat ish cray with all these Lebron Elites. And I'm budgeted for 2 sets of the Yeezy 2s in errr' color.