Jordan Brand is a brand that has seen an evolution over its course of presence in the footwear scene. This brand initiated a while back. It started its business by releasing sneakers specifically made to facilitate basketball players under Nike. Some of its releases were really innovative and stylish and garnered enough respect and reputation from sneaker buffs. Jordan has now altered its line of collections in the year 2009, and has included a release of shoe that was originally intended for USS Forces. One of Jordan Brand’s latest innovations in recent times was the Jordan J23, a training model that was briefly unveiled before the Air Jordan 30’s debut.
The late half of 2009 saw another release from the Jordan line as it releases another pair of decent shoes in sync with Nike. The Campus release from Jordan had taken its inspiration from Nike’s SFB Chukkas. However, that did not mean that it had not improved and modified the design by standing out, rather it had a unique design of its own. The upper of this Campus Chukka featured a construction of leather and nylon. There was no visible air unit that would help for added cushioning for the feet. The upper was colored in dark gray, while the midsole was colored in a similar textured shade of gray.
Back when news and rumors had been circulating about Jordan Brand working on the Air Jordan 30, it was Marcus Jordan who had shared a photo showcasing only a portion of the Jordan J23 colorway featured here. It was apparently due to the timing when that photo had been shared that many sneakerheads mistook the J23 for the Air Jordan 30. Near the end of September 2016, a “Triple Black” colorway of this trainer was also unveiled. This one features deluxe croc skin uppers that are dressed up in a Metallic Gold hue, while its soles are plain White.
Not too long ago, SneakerPolitics.com had shared the latest photos of this sneaker, some of which can be seen accompanying this post. Sneakerheads interested in rocking this luxurious Jordan J23 iteration can go ahead and cop a pair at a price of $120 since it has already hit the shelves.
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