When it debuted in February 2002, the Air Jordan 17 Low was the most expensive Air Jordan at the time. Its metal briefcase and CD-ROM were inspired by the traveling jazzman. Michael Jordan wore the Wilson Smith III-designed sneaker throughout his first season with the Washington Wizards.
The original Air Jordan 17 Low featured a low-cut design with leather uppers, Dynamic Fit inner sleeves, lace-up closures, full-length shank plates, TPU heel stabilizers, lightweight phylon midsoles with herringbone traction rubber outsoles, metallic chrome detailing, and perforations along the sides.
Last seen in February 2018 with the SoleFly x Air Jordan 17 Low collaboration, the Jordan Brand is reported to bring back the Air Jordan 17 Low next spring. Although no information regarding colorways or pricing has been released at the time of writing, expect more news regarding the Air Jordan 17 Low re-release as the date draws closer.