The Air Jordan 17+ “Copper” was released by Jordan Brand on November 23rd, 2002, and they retailed for $200 USD.
They came dressed in a White, Black, Metallic Copper, and Sport Royal color scheme. This special edition Air Jordan 17 featured an all-White leather constructed upper that included a premium crocodile emboss detail on the back end of the shoe. Other details include Sport Royal hints and Copper accents throughout.
Back in 2002 the Air Jordan 17 wasn’t really a huge success, as many sneakerheads the design by Wilson Smith III. But one cool feature of the shoe was the fact they came housed in a special metal briefcase with a CD.
Now that we’re in an era where the Air Jordan 17 would be well-respected, is it time for Jordan Brand to consider bringing them back? How many of you would love to see the Air Jordan 17+ “Copper” return in the near future?
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Air Jordan 17+ “Copper”
White/Black-Metallic Copper-Sport Royal
Release Date: November 23, 2002
Retail Price: $200