Jordan 9 Retro 2002 Olive

Jordan 9 Retro 2002 Olive


Black / Light Olive-True Red
Style Code
Release Date
March 10, 2002
Air Jordan 9

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The Jordan 9 Retro Olive 2002 Durabuck Design

The original Air Jordan 9 was released in November 1993, roughly one month after MJ announced his retirement from basketball. The retail price in the US was $125. The first Air Jordan 9 retro release took place in 2002 and included the first low-top version of the AJ 9. Additional retro releases followed every two years beginning in 2008, then annually starting in 2015 though the present day. In 2016, Nike released the Air Jordan 9 OG, which included the Space Jam model that celebrated the movie's 20th anniversary. Nike continues to announce more retro releases for the future.

History of Air Jordan 9

In 1993, the Air Jordan 9 hit the court for the first time, though Michael Jordan never scored a single point with the Chicago Bulls wearing the shoe. When Jordan surprised the world with news of his retirement on October 6, 1993, the AJ 9 was already in production. Nike had no choice but to move forward with the release even though the most famous feet in basketball had seemingly left the court forever.

Jordan 9 Retro Olive 2002

Air Jordan Retro Olive high-tops have a unique design. Green and black Jordans are a less common colorway, and they are evenly balanced with minor red highlights. Light olive durabuck panels start at the outer collar, wrap down the heel, and extend around the toe. Black panels cover most of the face of these Air Jordan 9 retro designed shoes. The black laces and tongue are accented by the words Air Jordan stitched in red. The heel has a black pull loop that leads to a red Jumpman logo on a red basketball background. Red Jumpman logos also appear on the outer edge of the black soles and on the bottom of the soles.