UPDATE: In one of the most surprising restocks of 2016, Jordan Brand have just restocked one of the most limited releases of 2015. Originally released exclusively in Chicago for the opening of Station 23, the Air Jordan XX3 'Chi City' has just shown up for purchase online through Nike.com. If you're keen to represent the Windy City with pride, then click on through to the SNKRS page pronto to cop yourself a pair of this limited release.
UPDATE: HAVE A LOOK AT THESE! The look we saw below is shady to say the least, but these latest images via the homies at Sole Collector are jaw-dropping. The sad news, these sold out immediately under the radar at their exclusive launch in the Windy City and no information is at hand whether they will come again. Lets all join our hands and pray fam!
If you're a Jordanhead and not in Chicago this weekend then you are sorely missing out! October 24th marks the grand opening of Station 23, an all-new Jordan Brand flagship store. Like Flight 23 in NYC, Station 23 will stock the crème de la crème of Jordan releases and the store is going into overdrive for its big debut. Not only will Station 23 be re-releasing a tonne of the years most fiendishly coveted AJ releases for the occasion– including the 'OVO' Air Jordan 10, 'Photo Reel' Air Jordan XX9, 'Chicago' Air Jordan 1, 'White/Gold Pinnacle' Air Jordan 1 High, 'Black/Gold Pinnacle' Air Jordan 1 High and Just Don x Air Jordan 2 – but the store will also release a limited 'Chi City' make-up of the AJ XX3, exclusive to Station 23.
The all-red colourway features gold detailing and 'Chi City' embroidery across the heels, though sadly lacks the elaborate stitching that became the XX3's distinctive trademark. While this colourway won't be to everyone's tastes, as the first-ever retro of the XX3, this could be a sign of things to come for fans of the oft overlooked silhouette.
These release on October 24th in extremely limited number at Station 2, located at 32 South State Street, Chicago. Make sure you are there bright and early or you'll be sorry! Photo via J23App.
- Originally published on October 23, 2015.