With runners being all the craze in today’s sneaker world, the Jordan Trunner LX was ahead of its time when originally released.
The Retro release of the Trunner LX stays true to the original version sans the metal clip that caused the OG to be recalled when initially released.
Older fans will remember when Roy Jones Jr. endorsed the Trunner line and younger fans should appreciate the comfort — if they choose to give the shoe a chance and try them on before spouting off about how “ugly” they are. Ugly says the one wearing Yeezy’s. Ha!
Enjoy our detailed look and review on the Jordan Trunner LX and let us know how you feel about them. Was the design ahead of its time or have they not aged well over the years?