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Collection: Jordan Trunner
Price: $130
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One of the most common complaints on high-top sneakers is the lacing system or the added effort placed when putting on the shoe, especially when compared to low-top or slip-on sneakers. The Jordan Trunner High features the same laceless feature, with an additional zipper on the side to still provide the similar convenience as a slip-on. Reinforcements like pull tabs on the tongue and heel are also placed. These sneakers come in men's sizes running from 7-18 with in-between sizes available.

Although the Jordan Trunner has been a familiar silhouette with its series of releases like the OVO collaboration, Travis Scott styling, and Black History Month edition, the Jordan Trunner LX High still dons a unique style that sets it apart. This sneaker went through a major change of construction, donning a high-top silhouette this time. Although it dons the same profile as its predecessor, it gets style similarities from the ACG, Mowabb, and Air Presto Mid.

Its laceless feature, chunky outsole, and neoprene upper ooze a futuristic vibe. It meshes well with a simple outfit like a plain t-shirt and skinny jeans to highlight the silhouette and design of the shoe.

The heightened form of the Trunner LX also created additional features. The original model comes with two adjustable straps, but the High comes with an extra strap placed above the ankle to facilitate a more personalized fit. The use of mixed materials on the upper, neoprene, mesh and leather accents, not only takes a significant role on its overall look but gives it a sock-like fit, which works out well for its design.

The 1980s hit Nike hard as it was undergoing a dip because of the running trend passé. To reinvent the brand, Nike resorted to appealing to a new set of market, basketball. As part of this marketing strategy, the brand saw that Michael Jordan, NBA's rookie players could best represent and fulfill their objective.

In 1985, Air Jordan 1 was released. It revolutionized the basketball sneaker game because of its unique black and red colorway, deviating from the sea of white sneakers that were only allowed on the NBA Court. The shoe also gained more popularity despite being fined $5,000 for every game worn

Since then the brand has evolved and became a household brand in the sneaker community. The Jordan Trunner LX High comes from the Trunner LX that was released in 2000. Sneaker fans will certainly know that these are a cult classic as it became one of the pieces that the brand launched not targeted only for basketball but the overall athletic category.

  • Rappers like Fabolous and Quavo were spotted wearing the NRG and the black and white colorway respectively.
  • The Jordan Trunner LX High is $130 available at the Nike website and leading online footwear retailers.


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