The Jumpman‘s hoops category is zoning in on expanding with a plethora of new colorways this season, and now it has revealed yet another collaboration with Philippines-based boutique TITAN that entails the Air Jordan 35. The new offering is officially revealed shortly after the two parties’ forthcoming Air Jordan 23, and follows the LeBron 17 Low makeup that launched in early 2020.
The hardwood-ready design is fairly understated in terms of its visual composition, but it effectively mingles together hues both greyscale and fluorescent. Towards the front end, the higher half starts off with bone-colored ripstop toe boxes and leather forefoot overlays, and is complemented with a bright white throat. Mid-sections are presented with sightly opaque backgrounds and an arched set of cables swathed with speckled details and red exteriors to match with the heel and tongue tabs. Along the heels, charcoal grey backgrounds are paired next to a mosaic of vibrant polka dots, while the lower overlays arrive dialed to a faded black and arrive tonally-debossed with lightning bolt patterns and TITAN’s signature insignia — a deviation from the aforementioned AJ 23 iteration that opts for gilded embroidered accents.
Sliding down underneath, the exaggerated midsole plate matches that of the forefoot, and is sandwiched between yin-and-yang color-blocking to conclude its look.
Interested in adding to your rotation? The colorway is set to release via Nike and select retailers come December 18 for $180 USD.
In case you missed it, official imagery of the Air Jordan 1 High Switch “Light Smoke Grey” have been unveiled.