If you have the coins to purchase the Dior Air Jordan you better hurry up and sign up for a pair before they’re all gone.
According to multiple reports, 13,000 pairs of the shoes were produced, with 5,000 pairs offered to the luxury brands top clients, each of whom received a personal invitation.
That left 8,000 pairs for the rest of the world, and the luxury brand collected the names of willing buyers in the span of about nine hours.
On June 25, Dior launched a dedicated microsite at capsule.dior.com for the shoe drop. There, customers had an opportunity to buy the limited-edition shoes on a first-come, first-served basis. The shoes are priced at $2,000 for the low-top version and $2,200 for the high-top model.