Jordan Brand Celebrates Baseball Legend Derek Jeter With Limited-Edition Sneakers

Former New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter’s iconic No. 2 was officially retired Sunday at Yankee Stadium. But the festivities in the Bronx ballpark weren’t the only events honoring the star shortstop, who retired in 2014.

Jeter was also celebrated by longtime sponsor Jordan Brand, which held a special pop-up shop Sunday outside of Yankee Stadium at 880 River Ave.

Jordan Brand Derek Jeter Pop-Up Shop
Jordan Brand's NYC pop-up event for Derek Jeter at 880 River Ave.
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The shelves were stocked with all things Jeter, including co-branded t-shirts and New Era baseball caps, celebratory pennants, and — of course — limited-edition footwear.

Lucky fans in attendance had a chance to get their hands on the “Jeter” Air Jordan 1 High, which was released in 2014 to celebrate the surefire Hall of Famer’s career. The navy and pinstripe Air Jordan 1s were available via a scratch-off lottery alongside an extremely rare navy suede Air Jordan 11 Premium.

Air Jordan 11
An exclusive Derek Jeter-inspired Air Jordan 11 in navy suede.
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For those who were interested in picking up a pair of commemorative kicks without the hassle, the pop-up also offered a pair of white Air Jordan 1s with laser etching that were readily available for purchase.

Air Jordan 1 High
Customized Air Jordan 1 Highs available at Jordan Brand's Derek Jeter pop-up shop.
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Jordan Brand Derek Jeter Pop-Up Shop
Jordan Brand's Derek Jeter pop-up shop featured limited-edition sneakers and memorabilia.
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Jordan Brand Derek Jeter Pop-Up Shop
Co-branded New York Yankees hats available at Jordan Brand's Derek Jeter pop-up shop.
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Jordan Brand Derek Jeter Pop-Up Shop
Air Jordan 1 High "Jeter" sneakers on display at Jordan Brand's pop-up shop.
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