The Air Jordan XVII+ isn’t getting much of a break following the return of the O.G. “Copper” colorway, because it’s coming back later this month in a classic Bulls look.

Here, the Jordan XVII+ takes on a “Bred” color combination, which surprisingly wasn’t a part of the model’s original run in 2002. This version of the XVII ditches the lace cover—denoted by the “plus” after the roman numeral—for a sleeker and lighter build, and the colorway uses a black leather base with hits of metallic red throughout and faux croc detailing at the heel.

As of now, it looks like Jordan Brand plans to stick with retros of the shroud-less XVII+ model, but we’ll let you know if and when the standard XVII makes a return. For the time being, you can catch these “Bred” Jordan XVII+s on May 29for $250 at select Jordan Brand retailers.

via: complex

 

%d bloggers like this: