When looking at the market landscape of basketball kicks, few have been gaining the recognition both on the hardwood and on the shelves as the Air Jordan 35. And after being unveiled in a new PE colorway for Jayson Tatum, the silhouette is now being fashioned with a minimal “Fire Red” makeover.
As indicated by its moniker, this court-ready iteration channels a throwback motif that is often associated with retro styles of the Air Jordan 3, Air Jordan 4 and Air Jordan 5. Breathable mesh upper builds, along with its accompanying leather overlays are fully drenched in white, and come prepared with titular notes sprinkled onto the mid-foot cables, sock liners and the various branded hits such as the Jumpman logos on the tongues and ankles and Nike Air hits on the heel tabs. Furthermore, the backdrops of the tongues and rear tabs are flooded with a muted grey.
As you transition downward, one will notice that the aggressive Eclipse plate is also coated in “Fire Red” and comes paired with all-white midsoles and outsoles.
For hoopers looking to add these to their collection, note that Nike Japan just launched them for ¥20,900 (approx. $196 USD).
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