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Air Jordan 17 Retro ‘Trophy Room’ | Trying to Decode the Hidden Details

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This video is a little longer than the standard authentic verification video. When the 2002 Jordan 17 dropped I was a young head coach and my team was wearing adidas. I didn’t pick up the 17s because they cost 200. They were crazy though. The shoes came in a suitcase like an instrument for a jazz musician. This updated version was designed for the Trophy Room and this is my first really good look at them outside of getting them for my son when he was a baby. I never noticed the “music notes” on the shroud. I asked my son to help me decipher. He’s a 16 year old guitar player (peep his YouTube)… We couldn’t figure out just what the notes meant. If you know hit the comments.