About midway through the 2020-2021 NBA season, Jordan Brand beefed up its basketball roster with Caris Levert — a stretch guard who was involved in the blockbuster trade deal that eventually sent James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets. Since signing with the Jumpman family, Levert has been gifted a variety of special Jordan gear, one of which is this newly surfaced Air Jordan 35 Low “Dad” PE.
The overarching theme of this hardwood-ready iteration is predicated on Daryl Levert — his father — and his love for America’s team in the Dallas Cowboys. The NFL squad’s team colors are translated onto the upper, dark navy being pronounced on the nubuck overlays, cables and Cowboys-inspired stars on the tongues, while a metallic silver outfits the underlays, toe boxes, heel Nike Air stamps, throats and the midsole Eclipse plates. To further pay homage to his dad, a “Darryl” spell out is embroidered in the interior side of the tongues. Stacked underneath all of that are midsoles that come dressed with more navy and outsoles that are presented with a milky finish.
Peep a closer look at the pair here above, and be on the lookout for him to rock these during the last half of the season.
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