Following a brief return back in 2018, the Jordan Pro Strong is due to make an even larger comeback this year. Considered to be one of the best non-signature Jordan shoes of all-time, the silhouette is soon to sport a new white, black, and aqua look.
First released in 1998, the Pro Strong was a big favorite of Vin Baker, who wore the shoe enough for it to be a sort of spiritual signature. Created for big men, the design sports a heightened collar, a supportive carbon fiber plate, and a robust, sizable sole, all upgrading an upper that draws quite a few cues from the Air Jordan 13. The side panel and mudguard construction are relatively identical, though the quilting along the former is far more intricate. Here, the model makes use of a three-part palette: dark blacks hit the lace unit and profile, whites contrast underneath via smoother leathers, and light aquas accent by way of piping and newly added branded dubraes.
For a close-up look, see the official images below. A release is sure to hit select retailers and Nike.com soon.
In other news, the Jordan 11 CMFT Low Cool Grey is also making a return.
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Jordan Pro Strong
Release Date: 2021
Mens: $140 Style Code: DC8418-001