In what is said to be one of the grails of packaging, the Jordan 17's styling is set to return to the Jordan Brand's lifestyle lineup. The Jordan 17 packaging initially seen in 2002, left the sneaker community turning their noses up at the then $200 price tag for the sleek design and metal briefcase packaging. The Tinker Hatfield performance-inspired lifestyle sneaker AJNT23 features no-sew panels, glossy trim accented with gold-plated hardware, and of course, the black-matted metal briefcase packaging. The model takes a different approach to laces utilizes a one-pull system to secure your foot in place. The black and metallic gold offering is limited to 2,500 pair release.