Now that you've seen how the Air Jordan XVII+ "Copper" looks on-feet and had a chance to check out Nike's official stock images, we've got a closer look at the sneaker's details courtesy of Rock City Kicks

This release marks the first time the Air Jordan XVII has been retroed on its own—they dropped in a "Countdown Pack" with the "Carmine" Jordan VI back in 2008—something that many 'heads have been waiting on for years. The "Copper" XVII+ first released in 2002, and from the looks of things, these are an extremely accurate retro. 

There's the faux croc detailing, the metallic copper hits, and even the royal blue accents that made the O.G.s so great to begin with. This sneaker also has the distinction of being one of the few post-Air Jordan XIV shoes that MJ himself actually wore on the hardwood

The drop date for these is this Saturday, April 9, and they're priced at $250.