After we unveiled all the winners from the Jordan Brand #XX8DaysofFlight contest, a number of the recipients made the hard decision of putting them up for sale. We’re not seeing the Air Jordan XVII, which looks especially appealing considering it features the nice luxurious black leather upper that we haven’t seen since the shoe first released 2002. Will Jordan Brand ever move forward with a mass-retro of its Air Jordan models in the post-Air Jordan XIV era? Last year’s scrapping of the Air Jordan XVI Retros was rather disappointing, so let’s hope the same fate isn’t met by the XVII. We’ve got a detailed gallery below so take a look and check out the asking price from jamieaustin23 on eBay.
what most people dont understand is that these were released in a SIZE 10!! not the size you wear.. so if that aint your size its pretty pointless to keep them as you cant rock them.. so why not sell them to someone that can and will? yea the price is stoopid but hey if no one buys them then im sure it will drop...
people receieved these shoes for free...and they should have been held to the condition that they cannot be resold. Sneakerheads are gonna play themselves out acting thirsty, and obnoxious....its really fucking lame...get a life.
Jordan Brand should have just auctioned off ALL these signature days of flight kicks themselves and gave the money to charity for national disasters such as the Boston bombings or Midwest floods instead to these unappreciative dicks--you know people who need help in trying times. For Damn Sure, it would be money better spent