It is December, and winter is only days away and the temperatures are dropping fast!!! This is the season for boot shopping and the Air Jordan 9 Boot Olive would be nice to consider. Jordan brand has took the classic Air Jordan 9 Olive and turn it into a boot for the cold season. Set to release tomorrow in select retailers, how many of you plan to cop a pair of the transformed classics???
The Air Jordan 9 History
The Air Jordan 9 was first introduced way back in 1993. Michael Jordan was in Asia to promote for Nike while Tinker Hatfield and Nike was working on the Air Jordan 9. There are a lot of features on the sneakers that comes from Japanese Culture, in which Hatfield was very influenced by. On the back of each shoe, you will notice rising sun logos with words in different languages that best represents Michael Jordan:
- Uhuru (Swahili) – Independence
- cbo6oAa (Russian) – Freedom
- Cnopt (Russian) – Sport
- Athletisch (German) – Athletic
- Muundaji (Swahili) – Hope
- Intenso (Italian) – Intense
- Liberte (French) – Freedom
- Anmutig (German) – Graceful
- Fuerza (Spanish) – Force
- Dedie (French) – Dedicated
The Air Jordan 9 is equipped with a dynamic-fit inner bootie, encapsulated air-sole unit (forefoot), large volume air-sole unit (heel), polyurethane midsole and a “one-pull” lace system. The original retail for the sneakers was $125.00.
The Air Jordan 9 Olive Previous Release Dates
The Air Jordan 9 Olive first released back in 1993 for a retail price of $125.00. Then, nearly ten years later, it drop again on March 9th, 2002 for the same retail price. Thirdly, another ten years later, it dropped again on November 17th, 2012 for a price of $160.00.
Features Of The Shoe
This boot will consist of a leather upper, along with metal eyelets, and olive colored suede overlays. It will also feature red jumpman logos and red heel pull tabs. The boot will also be equipped with traction as well.
These boots are set to release tomorrow (December 6th, 2017), for a retail price of $225.00. No boots for the winter yet? No problem. These would be perfect for you out there in the freezing cold.
Do you plan to cop a pair or just leave them? What are your overall thoughts on these? Leave your comments and questions below in the comment section, and I will answer all questions in a timely manner. As always, stay tuned for all of future updates on the Latest Sneakers!!!