Popping out from the shoe’s dark uppers is a bright “Infrared” Jumpman logo placed at the top of the tongue. Contrasting this is a set of finely quilted ankle collars that offers light cushioning for added comfort and support. Black mesh takes up the center of the shoe, stretching from the tongue to the toecap, while gray suede panels appear along the sidewalls. Finally, the shoe comes with “Nike” tags at the heel, a light gray Eclipse plate at the midfoot, a black midsole and a semi-translucent outsole to finish off the shoe’s design.
No official release dates have been confirmed, but the Air Jordan 35 “Fear” is expected to arrive soon on Nike’s website for $180 USD.
If you like Jordan Brand, you might be interested in seeing a light “Easter” colorway of an Air Jordan 12 Low.