In today's climate, it's rare that a pair of Retro Jordans stays on shelves past its release weekend, but that's exactly what happened with the latest drop.

The "Statue" Jordan IX represents the bronze sculpture of Michael Jordan that rests outside the Chicago United Center. The colored midsole is a reference to the oxidization and weathering that the statue has undergone through the years, while the clean white-and-black base keeps things toned down. These were also notable for being the first Retro Jordan to release on Nike online since May's cancelation of the "Chicago" and "Pinnacle" Air Jordan 1s, although Nike referred to them as "The Spirit" IXs.

Still on the hunt for these bronzed beauties? Although Nike's stock has depleted, you can choose from a nearly full size run at Livestock for $184.