Last year, when Jordan Brand had introduced the Jordan Shine sneaker model for the very first time, all the colorways of the silhouette had retailed for a surprisingly high price of $400. However, 23 is Back readers had likely not been expecting that they would be able to save $50 and cop a pair of this luxurious sneaker for $350 from a discount store, which is what happened not so long ago. Yet, with the arrival of this “Deep Royal Blue” colorway of this silhouette on one of the upcoming March 2015 Jordan release dates, it seems that the Jordan Shine will be selling for $400 once again.
No doubt, Jordan Brand branched out into the premium, luxury footwear segment quite unexpectedly with their lifestyle branded model featuring woven leather construction. However, after the retail debut of the initial black and red colorways, many sneakerheads had probably expected that Jordan Brand would not be dropping any further iterations of the silhouette. Yet, considering that this new “Deep Royal Blue” colorway of the Jordan Shine is slated to hit the shelves in the coming days, it seems Jordan Brand still has hopes for this lifestyle sneaker. Then again, a “Pure Platinum” rendition had also arrived at retailers prior to this one.
The predecessors of the Jordan Shine “Deep Royal Blue” had all been monochromatic; however, this new jordans appears to be slightly different. The Deep Royal Blue colored premium leather upper of this Jordan Shine pair is certainly woven, with a glossy, smooth toebox and ankle. However, the thing that distinguishes this latest iteration is the fact that the woven upper rests upon a contrasting white sole that takes its inspiration from the Air Jordan 1.
It is true that releases of this lifestyle sneaker model have been rather slow of lately. However, 23 is Back readers who did not managed to or were not interested in copping the monochromatic pairs, which arrived before, could consider copping this unique rendition. Jordan Brand has selected March 4th, 2015 out of all the potential Jordan release dates 2015, and of course, Jordanheads will have to spend $400 to grab this pair once it hits the shelves on that day