Jordan Brand rolls out the Air Jordan 9 inspired by the “Spirit of Chicago” and “Copper Tones” that make up the Michael Jordan statue at the United Center.

On November 1st, 1994, The Michael Jordan sculpture was originally commissioned after Jordan’s initial retirement following three consecutive NBA championships and unveiled prior to the Bulls taking residence in their new home stadium the following year. 21 Years later, Jordan Brand releases the Air Jordan 9 featuring a copper theme of Militia Green to resemble the landmark.

For this Air Jordan 9, a White base takes over the upper while Militia Green accents the shoe. Nov 1st, 1994 is written behind the tongue, which is the date the statue was unveiled. You’ll be able to scoop these up at retailers like Livestock on August 22nd, 2015 for a retail price of $190.

Let us know if you’ll be copping these when they release.

Air Jordan 9 “The Spirit”
White/Black-Militia Green
August 22, 2015