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Jordan Brand Unveils Holiday ’17 Collection

It’s that time of year and Jordan Brand is set to close out the ’17 Holiday season with a bang.

Inspired by the brand’s iconic heritage, the Holiday ’17 collection introduces performance sportswear with a training aesthetic to help athletes “Fly Above” on and off the court.

The brand has two Air Jordan 32 Lows for the upcoming season. The shoe draws inspiration from the essence of the Jordan II while featuring a Flyknit upper, integrated lacing system build into the Flyknit construction, and a tuned Flight Speed plate for the better fit and ride on-court.

From a national title-winning shot as a college freshman in 1982 to a record-setting championship season in 1996, the colorways above bring a “Win Like Mike” mentality — after all, MJ’s career was defined by winning.

Jordan Brand has also paid tribute to MJ’s alma mater; MJ famously wore his collegiate practice shorts under his professional uniform (for those that don’t remember, watch Space Jam).

Thus, the Air Jordan 11 ‘Win Like ’82’ implements his collegiate color-blocks onto the Air Jordan 11 with University Blue and Midnight Navy patent leather that ties back to the GOAT’s alternate practice shorts.

Jordan Brand is also bringing on and off court gear for those that continue to train, or those that need that casual flair. Updated silhouettes like the Jordan Trunner and the updated Air Jordan 1 Flyknit flesh out the Holiday ’17 collection, along with some athletic apparel like the Tech Shield hoodie, the Wings MA-I jacket, and the Air Jordan XI Hybrid Hoodie.

Last, but not least, you can’t finish things off with just off-court apparel because when you do battle on the courts you need to dress the part. The Jordan Ultimate Flight long sleeve top, the Jordan Ultimate Flight 3/4 Pant, and the Jordan 23 Alpha Knit shorts are for the court.

No pricing information or release dates have been announced but you can learn more about the Air Jordan 11 ‘Win Like ’96’ here.

 

 

Images courtesy of Nike / Jordan Brand

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