The Air Jordan 17 Low Lightning was originally released on June 1st, 2002 and retailed for $150 USD. This Air Jordan 17 Low is also known as the “All Star” edition as it was the last Air Jordan shoe Michael Jordan would lace up for an official NBA All-Star Game – while playing for the Washington Wizards.


Michael Jordan Air Jordan 17 Low All Star

Dressed in a White, Lightning, Black and Chrome color scheme. The shoe features a White leather upper with Black and Yellow accents. The heel of the silhouette comes built with a chrome strip that is a traditional feature to all Air Jordan 17 releases – which has a Blue peel off sticker.

Other features include metal lacing eyelets, a midfoot cover for supportive fit sitting atop a lightweight pylon midsole and a full length composite shank plate.

If Jordan Brand were to ever re-release these it would have to come during All-Star weekend, wouldn’t you agree? Speaking of a return, how many of you would love to see the Air Jordan 17 Low Lightning comeback? Speak your mind in the comments section below.

Air Jordan 17 Low “All Star”
Released: June 1st, 2002
Retail Price: $150

Air Jordan 17 Low Lightning




  • Jacob

    This would be awsome if it returns

  • colin

    these are probably the best 17s that released

  • COP

    I wonder if jordan brand will ever re-release the 17s? Anyone know anything?

  • Kicks Giggles

    Depends on how much these shits cost


    Not a fan of this colorway but do love the others. Especially the cool packaging with the dvd. That was like a bonus

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