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Jordan 17

The Jordan 17 was released in 2002. The Air Jordan XVII’s design was said to be inspired by three things: "the fine details from an Aston Martin, the smooth lines and flow of a jazz solo and the long Air Jordan history of innovations in style”. Well, if the XVI's were equipped with a gaiter or shroud that was removable and that would cover almost more than half of the shoe, the XVII’s was no worse. With a removable midfoot cover you were once again given the power to choose whether or not the laces should be visible. But the midfoot cover was not everything. This shoe came with a Jumpman embossed metal carrying case. So, this was not your average shoe box. We had seen this when the Japan exclusive Air Jordan I's were released on January 1st 2001 but now everyone could get Air Jordan 17 Shoes. Believe it or not, it doesn't stop there. In the lid of the carrying case a CD-room could be found. Nike really knew how to make their customers happy! When you decide to add a metal case and a CD something tells you the production cost must rise quite a bit. And the packing comes in a silver duralumin metal case and lined with black sponge. And in 2002, the packaging came in a silver duralumin metal case and lined with black sponge, came with an interactive CD.And they are on hot selling on our Air Jordans Online website.

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