Up Close With Air Jordan XX3 “Trophy Room”

May 19th, 2016 by / 0

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Air Jordan XX3 has been designated to help launch Trophy Room into the sneaker scene. As the store’s owner Marcus Jordan explained, anyone can put colors on Air Jordans 1 through 14, but Air Jordan XX3 is one of his favorites. And the numerical tie to his father’s jersey number represents what Trophy Room is all about – the legacy, legend, and connection of Michael Jordan. While the white and gold XX3 is destined to remain – for now – a 1-of-1 to display, it’s expected that Jordan fans will have a shot at picking up the black and gold issue. At the moment it’s unclear how many of the 523 allotted pairs will be sold through Trophy Room and how many will make it to Nike.com – if these official Swoosh photos indeed signal an online release – but stay tuned for more updates. Trophy Room opens at Disney Springs Orlando on May 23rd.

Air Jordan 23 Trophy Room
Color: Black/Black-Metallic Gold-Dark Grey
Style Code: 853336-023
Price: $275

Source: Hypebeast

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