As part of the upcoming festivities commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Jumpman Pro model, Jordan Brand will not only be selling the shoe in its original hues but also brand new variations of the shoe as well. In spite of the fact that the shoe is not nearly as well-known as its contemporaries, the model has gained a cult-like fanbase as a result of its on-court legacy and performance.
This week, the sneaker was released in a colorway that features the Chicago Bulls’ colors of white, black, and red. There are design elements that are reminiscent of the Air Jordan 12 scattered all across the upper and sole unit, with features and the middle of the outsole indicating the most obvious parallels. A striking ruby color is used for the eyelets on the upper part of the shoe, as well as the adjacent Jumpman emblems, and the branding features on the spine. The impending non-Air Jordan concept from #23’s eponymous label mixes together elements from the past and present in a way that is relevant to today.
Have a look at the official photographs that have been provided below, and keep an eye out for this Jordan Jumpman Pro to drop in the coming weeks at a variety of stores, including Nike.
In other sneaker news, the Air Jordan 11 “Cherry” or “Varsity Red” will be this year’s major holiday release.