The Air Jordan 9 Boot NRG Returns In “Beef And Broccoli” Colorway

Back in November of 2021, Jordan Brand reintroduced the Air Jordan 9 Boot NRG in a “Black/Gum” colorway. Fast forward almost an entire year and the winterized model is scheduled to make another appearance, this time in the previously-released “Beef And Broccoli” colorway.

Arriving right in time for Fall/Winter, the Air Jordan 9 Boot NRG “Beef And Broccoli” features a look and construction identical to its 2018 counterpart. Rugged lug soles sit underfoot in a black finish, matching the above sidewalls, laces, lining, and pull-tab. The suede upper, then, earns the pair its nickname: the overlays, which run through the profile and up the heel, are clad in a light “Beef” brown, while the adjacent base and tongue opt for a “Broccoli” green shade.

Finished with red branding throughout, this AJ9 Boot is sure to release before the end of 2022. While you await additional info, take a look at the official images below.

In other Jordan news, the CLOT Jordan Delta 2 Flint was official announced this morning.

A release date is expected on November 10th, 2022.

Air Jordan 9 Boot “Beef And Broccoli”Restock Date: Nov 10th, 2022 (Thursday)Original Release Date: Oct 13th, 2018 (Saturday)Color: Military Brown/University Red/Black/Legion Green

Mens: $225Style Code: AR4491-200

Set The Dinner Table With This Air Jordan 1 Mid

Whether the model has become less divisive over the years is up to personal interpretation, but Jumpman has made it clear they’re paying the conversation no mind when it comes to the 3/4 cut version of the beloved Air Jordan 1 High with … Continue reading Set The Dinner Table With This Air Jordan 1 Mid

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.