SoleFly & Jordan Brand Prepare to Unleash the Trunner LX High "Lightning"

Quavo co-sign and all.

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Jordan Brand and Miami-based SoleFly are on the verge of dropping their collaborative Jordan Trunner LX High silhouette and will do so in very limited quantities. The shoe features a neoprene-constructed core black base with the signature “Lightning” hue landing on the midsole and sporadically throughout the upper. The textured overlay found on the mid-foot, along with the shoe’s trademark strap closure adds artistic flair, while decorative branding from both imprints ties the design together.

Limited to just 200 pairs, the SoleFly x Jordan Trunner LX High “Lightning” will retail for $150 USD and will make its debut on November 4 through SoleFly. In other footwear news, the upcoming Fear of God x Vans collection now has a release date.

For another look, check out Quavo below rocking the shoes earlier this month.

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