The Air Jordan Jumpman Pro Makes a Retro Comeback in 2017
The first ever Jordan team shoe returns in the OG “Bred” and two new colorways.
The popular 1997 Air Jordan Jumpman Pro is making a return this year in its OG “Bred” version, alongside two new colorways in Cement and “Cool Grey.” The last time this model was properly retroed was in 2008, and this year’s iteration keeps most of the same Air Jordan 12-esque features, such as a full-grain leather mid-top upper, metal lace eyelets at the collar, fiber spring plates, full-length Zoom Air midsole, and herringbone traction on the outsole. Fans will be glad to see this sneaker in its original signature black and red colorway, as well as new versions in Cement — featuring a white leather upper with a speckled silver-tone and black midsole– and Cool Grey — a monochrome light grey palette with a hit of crisp white on the midsole. Take a look at the images above and let us know your thoughts on the return of the Air Jordan Jumpman Pro. Stay tuned for more details regarding the official release date and retail price.