Eastbay Memory Lane // Jordan Brand Winter 2000 Page

words // Zack Schlemmer

Today we go back to the year 2000 for a winter catalog page featuring Jordan Brand products, featuring the Air Jordan XV and Air Jordan V Retro.

That’s right… The now highly coveted Air Jordan V Retro “Laney” colorway was once casually available in the pages of Eastbay.  Along with the “Laney” is the other lifestyle colorway of the AJ5 Retro from 2000 in White/Metallic Silver.  Who would like to see these colorways return again?

The Air Jordan XV doesn’t top too many people’s favorite Air Jordan lists, but here you see perhaps its best colorway with the Obsidian/White version.  Two low-top versions of the XV were also available from this page in Black/White-Metallic Silver and White/Midnight Navy.

As for the rest of the page, we see a full line of Jordan Brand outerwear to keep you warm in the winter months, as well as a third shoe: the mostly forgotten  Trunner 2000 Mid cross-training model.

7 Responses to “Eastbay Memory Lane // Jordan Brand Winter 2000 Page”

  1. mjshoefanatic says:

    That price that ice.

    Brings bacl good memories.

  2. Dereon Rhodes says:

    Wishbthe prices was still the same, and was so easy to cop shoes. But great throwback page those obsidian 15s are one of my favs. Laneys pretty fresh too!

  3. DRUMattX says:

    Lol at those Retro Vs having a “Phylon Midsole” WTH? Those have ALWAYS been PU midsoles. How did Eastbay screw that up? The White/Metals CRUSH Laney’s. I miss that $120 price! O_O

    XV: Worst Jordan Ever. Followed closely now by XX8s & 2012s.

    Some of that gear is Dope tho!

  4. Lem says:


  5. Iceman2u says:

    I still need some of these shoes. $120 for shoes, that would be nice.

  6. Rubzilla says:

    It would be crazy if you call Eastbay right now and check if they have those available by giving them the item number… And then they say Yes only one pair available!

  7. CJDynasty says:

    The good ole days of retros. Could even get them with a COD. LOL…. I remember doing that for some starter jackets!