6.20.17

The Jordan Trunner LX: Substance & Style

Jordan Trunner LX

Usually when Jordan Brand dips into its legendary archives, it returns with on-court classics. This time, however, the Jumpman is returning with the Jordan Trunner LX, one of the most iconic and unique training silhouettes of all time.

The Jordan Trunner LX has transformed into a fan favorite after making a huge splash in the early 2000s as something completely different than any other shoe on the market. Originally designed as an off-court training shoe, the Trunner’s fresh look also made it a street-worthy style.

It also represents a pivotal time for Jordan, as the brand branched out from basketball and began helping athletes across different sports with their training.

Lightweight Lockdown

First and foremost, the Trunner LX is a training shoe that’s built for the gym. Woven textile in the midfoot provides comfort and flexibility during any workout and the mesh forefoot provides breathability to keep you cool. Adjustable straps provide a customizable fit, while an Injected Phylon midsole, Zoom Air unit, and Air-Sole unit combine for cushioned comfort with every step and energy-return with every explosive movement.

Streetwear Staple

It’s not all about the gym, though. The Jordan Trunner LX is an iconic, fashionable silhouette with an old-school vibe. Just because it’s a training shoe doesn’t mean you can’t be styling at the same time. The shoe looks as good as it performs, and the sneaker world has taken notice.
The Bottom Line

For serious trainers and casual wearers, there’s nothing better. Combining the best of off-court training with a legendary silhouette, the Jordan Trunner LX gives you the best of both worlds. The Jordan Trunner LX is available now in men’s, girls’ and kids’ sizes in multiple colorways, including the iconic ‘Chicago’ colorway.

Men’s $119.99
Grade School Boys’ and Girls’ $99.99
Preschool Boys’ and Girls’ $69.99
Toddler Boys’ and Girls’ $49.99

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