Previous Delta SP offerings have been sans-swoosh and more in favor of using the Jumpman logo. This pair, teased by @solebyjc on Instagram, shows a mix of the two alongside a host of new materials that rework the sneaker’s look.
The sneaker is supported by a React sole unit, and seems to take more influences from the React line with its use of translucent panels on the upper. Sitting on top of the translucent mid-panel is a suede swoosh logo, wrapping around the back of the shoe in true Jordan Brand style.
At the rear of the sneaker, you’ll find a suede panel that has now been etched with the Jumpman logo, replacing the usual deconstructed Air Jordan logo found on the heel. Elsewhere, there is a webbing pull tab on the heel that reads “JUMPMAN” over and over, coordinates printed on the medial mid-panel, and a React-like translucent tongue that complements the overall deconstructed look.
Take a closer look at the upcoming Jordan Delta SP in the gallery above, and stay tuned for release information as news unfolds.
In other news, Nike is releasing its fastest-ever sneaker this summer, dubbed the Air Zoom Alphafly NEXT%.