A couple of years back, Nike release a series of Air Jordan inspired Nike Dunk Lows called the “Jordunk” series. Each of the sneakers in the series was inspired by some of the more obvious OG Air Jordans include the “Black/Red” AJ1, the “Black/Cement” AJ3, the “White/Cement” AJIV, and several others. For the most part, each of the “Jordunks” also featured a material reference to the Jordan style they were inspired by as well including elephant print, 3M, netting, etc.
Though the inspiration is a bit more subtle, Nike recently released a “Metallic Silver” Air Jordan Retro 1 inspired Nike Court Force High. Inspired by the “Metallic Silver” Air Jordan Retro 1 that released in Japan in 2001, the Japanese version retailed in a Silver suitcase while pairs that trickled into the US did not, the “Metallic Silver” Nike Court Force High features a Silver Nubuck/Leather upper with Metallic Silver hits at the Swoosh and ankle.
After releasing earlier in Europe, the “Metallic Silver” Nike Court Force High is available now stateside at select Nike accounts at a retail of $90.
Nike Court Force High
Neutral Grey/Mtllc Silver-Wht
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