Miami-based sneaker boutique, SoleFly's collaboration with New Air Jordan Shoes
on the Air Jordan 17 Low has been in the works for many months now. The SoleFly x Air Jordan 17 Low pays homage to the time Michael Jordan debuted the Air Jordan 17 Low Lightning during the 2002 NBA All-Star Game. The alternate version features a Lightning Yellow leather on the majority of the upper with Black ostrich detailing on the eyestay and ankle for a luxurious look. Chrome accents have then been added on the eyelets and heel counter. Finishing details include co-branding on the heels, SoleFly branded insoles, a black inner bootie, and a black translucent midsole.New Jordans 2016
, The "Thunder" leg of this collaboration released in late 2017 with the Jordan Trunner LX High, while the "Lightning", which was also inspired by Michael Jordan's in-game shoes for the 2002 All-Star Game, Dressed in a Lightning, Blak and Metallic Silver color scheme. This "Alternate" version of the Air Jordan 17 Low sports a full Yellow-based upper paired with Black and Silver detailing. Co-branding appears on the heels, while having SoleFly branded insoles. When it comes to construction details, the basketball shoe is outfitted with a premium leather upper, woven ankle collars, rubber outsoles, alongside metallic eyelets and heel overlays for a luxurious look.New Jordans 2018
, SoleFly is finally ready to release its collaborative Air Jordan 17 Low. And, fittingly, fans will be privilege to the shoe's release during NBA All-Star Weekend. It's been a long and daunting wait for Miami-based Solefly's Air Jordan 17 Low collaboration. Firstly, back when the model was previewed last summer, it wasn't announced as an official collab. More to that notion rang true when pairs of the model were customized for the likes of Quavo, DJ Khaled and his son Asahd, Mark Walhberg, Drake and others.