Revealed by Edison Chen earlier this month, Jordan Brand’s latest React silhouette — the Delta SP — features a runner-leaning silhouette reminiscent of Nike’s recent runner-focused Air Max models. The shoe, debuting in a subtle “Sail” colorway, is said to combine ultra-plush support with responsive cushioning, with the shoe itself eventually forming to the wearer’s foot over time.
The Delta SP’s upper arrives in a lightweight material, with transparent and flexible TPU overlays placed across the silhouette. On the upper, various shades of Sail, White, and Photo Blue can be found, with exposed seams offering a deconstructed aesthetic. The tongue follows suit and features an experimental “000 23” logo hit on the normative Jordan Brand label. More details include a cork insole featuring a schematic graphic as well as an off-center heel tab at the rear. This is all met by a lush React foam midsole in similar “Sail” colors, with a textured outsole coming in matching tones.
Take a detailed look at the Delta SP “Sail” above. The shoe drops on April 18 via SNKRS for $150 USD.
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