After releasing as a Guo Ailun PE and appearing in a colorful “Reflexology” makeup, Jordan Brand‘s Air Jordan 35 Low has hit shelves in a no-frills “White/Metallic Silver.” Boasting the same tech as the original Air Jordan 35 in a sleeker, low-cut package, the AJ35 Low retains the explosive, responsive nature of its predecessor, but offers a more free-feeling fit — ideal for speedy guards and slashing forwards alike.
The key detail present on the “White/Metallic Silver” is its massive, reflective, Air Jordan 5-style tongue that rises well above the streamlined upper. This upper is composed of white leathers and synthetics, all of which are held together with Jordan’s Flightwire technology. Simple branded hits like #23 graphics and a Nike Air tag are scattered around the forefoot and heel.
Down below, the signature Eclipse Plate 2.0 is done up in silver. Apart from providing support below the wearer’s arch, it encases the AJ35 Low’s cushioning system: Zoom Air units in the forefoot and heel, given an extra snap of responsiveness due to the plate’s shape. The rest of the midsole is made from white EVA foam, and white outsoles with a herringbone traction pattern plus a black Jumpman graphic round off the look.
Grab a pair of the Air Jordan 35 Low “White/Metallic Silver” on the Nike Japan webstore now for a tax-included price of ¥19,800 JPY (approximately $180 USD).
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