Now that's a pair of deadstock Air Jordans. The "Sport Royal" Air Jordan XVIIs were not only the first Air Jordan to break the $200 barrier, but the first where the initial colorway was not a Bulls-friendly one (MJ was a Wizard when the XVII came out). They're still in the original briefcase-type case, including the CD and the protective stickers on the chrome — and this original color has yet to be retroed. While everyone else is jocking retro Olympics and Obsidians, some lucky size 10.5 is gonna score a gem.
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