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greatly influenced by Japanese design and culture while making this sneaker. These influences can be

seen on the shoe itself where there are words in various languages that truly define Michael Jordan. Also, at the back

of the Jordan 9, there is a “Rising Sun” with the Jumpman logo. The shoe came fitted with an encapsulated Air-Sole

unit at the heel, polyurethane midsole, and Dynamic-Fit inner bootie.
It also had a “one-pull” lacing system.

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launched when Michael Jordan left professional basketball to take up a new baseball career. It was the only

signature sneaker not worn by Jordan during his time with the Chicago Bulls. However, the shoes were still worn on the

court players such as Penny Hardaway, Mitch Richmond and Kendall Gill. BJ Armstrong also played in the shoes but the

model he wore had his jersey number at the back rather than the typical “23”.

This year, the latest colorway of jordan shoes for men the shoe is

the “Gym Red” Air Jordan 9. The Jordan brand first dropped the unreleased sample in 2013 but now there’s a certain

date for this retro sneaker drop. Its design starts with a white leather base. The elongated upper is mainly made of

white patent leather. The midsole and back heel has whole red patent leather around it.

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inspiration behind this Jordan 9 model. The detailing shows red with black accents on the eyelets, tongue, and heel.

This same detail is seen over the Jumpman logos with a white #23 at the back of the sneaker. The Gym Red colorway is a

cool addition to the Jordan 9 sneaker legacy. The debut release date for this version is set for October 5. For 2020,

there are hints of a blue and white colorway for the Jordan 9. However, no official pictures of the sneaker have been

released.