Released in 2002, the Air Jordan 17 took inspiration from MJ’s love for jazz music. The hardwood legend laced the Wilson Smith-designed silhouette up during the last leg of his career in the nation’s capital
Dressed in an orignal color scheme of White, Metallic Copper Coin, Black, and Sport Royal. The shoe is built with premium leather and luxurious hits of Copper and faux Croc detailing embossed on the back end of the shoe. Other details include Sport Royal accents throughout.
Air Jordan 17 Copper 2016 Release Date
Look for the Air Jordan 17+ “Copper” to retro on April 9th, 2016 at select Jordan Brand retailers. The retail price tag is set at $250 USD.
Air Jordan 17+ “Copper”
White/Metallic Copper Coin-Black-Sport Royal
April 9, 2016
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UPDATE: The “Copper” Air Jordan 17 is now arriving to retailers like Shoe Palace for its launch on April 9th.
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UPDATE: On-feet images of the Air Jordan 17+ “Copper” via Swish Supply.
UPDATE: Here are detailed images of the Air Jordan 17+ “Copper” releasing in April 2016.
UPDATE: Following a first look, we now have a few new images via @realchickenwop of the Air Jordan 17+ “Copper” 2016 retro that will be debuting this April.
UPDATE: Here is your first look via @ajsole_com at the Air Jordan 17+ “Copper” that will be returning this April 2016 at select Jordan Brand stores. Stay tuned for updates.
(Images below are not the 2016 version)