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Michael Jordan’s son, Marcus Jordan, is about to open the ultimate Jordan Brand sneaker store, going by the name TROPHY ROOM. Due to open in Spring 2016, the store is inspired by the actual trophy room in Michael Jordan’s old mansion. Today some first renderings of the space, as well as a teaser video have been released. Next to Jordan, Nike and Upperdeck product, you can expect a store filled with vintage Jordan memorabilia. Check out the official press release here below:

Marcus Jordan, son of Hall of Fame NBA player Michael Jordan, announces the opening of TROPHY ROOM, an elevated retail boutique that shares the insight and perspective that Marcus has been exposed to. TROPHY ROOM is inspired by the Jordan family’s own trophy room that is centrally located within their residence. Throughout the years, this particular room was home to family gatherings, holiday celebrations, or simply as a space for family, friends, and visitors to congregate. More than a just museum showcasing an icon’s past victories, the trophy room served as a point of inspiration, shared by a father with his children.

The trophy room was an invitation for them to excel and eventually include their victories among their father’s. TROPHY ROOM seeks to replicate the warmth and inspiration that the Jordan family trophy room exuded. The boutique not only offers a unique look into the Jordan family, through home videos and photographs, but also pays homage to Michael Jordan’s NBA career via Upper Deck Authenticated memorabilia. Through relationships with Jordan Brand, Nike Inc., and Upper Deck Authenticated, TROPHY ROOM aspires to offer footwear, apparel, and memorabilia that will serve as trophies to its loyal and dedicated customers.

There is no official word yet on the location of the store. Stay tuned.

Watch the teaser video about TROPHY ROOM here below.

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