#KicksStalker: Jeter’s shoes get general release treatment | Inquirer Sports

#KicksStalker: Jeter’s shoes get general release treatment

By: - Reporter / @BLozadaINQ
/ 01:18 AM May 11, 2018

Image via Nike.

Derek Jeter’s coveted Air Jordans just got a new life, and a much lower price tag.

As per SoleaCollector.com, the “RE2PECT” Air Jordan 11 retro low, the “2” being an homage to Jeter’s jersey number with the New York Yankees, is expected to drop at Jordan Brand retailers on May 14 and will be worth $200.


The new low-top pairs will come in the same materials as the original high-tops and will feature navy suede upper, a white midsole, and a milky translucent sole.


Jeter’s no. 2 is also embroidered on the heel and printed at the midsole with the label “RE2PECT.”

Jordan Brand, which sponsored Jeter since 2002, first released a high-top version of the shoe on the day the Yankees retired the Captain’s jersey on May 14, 2017 with a pop-up shop.

The pairs that were released hours before the ceremony could only be bought through a scratch-off lottery.

Consignment stores in the United States priced the original pairs at around $40,000 and the tags could also increase depending on the size of the shoe.

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