The Air Jordan 35 is much closer to the end of its lifespan than it was to the beginning, and that only means that the official debut of the Air Jordan 36 could go down at any moment. For its roll out, NBA All-Star Jayson Tatum has been one of the Jordan athletes leading the charge as he was among the first players to debut the silhouette on the hardwood. After lacing up a bold pink and black colorway and showing off a few colorways during Team USA camp, the Celtics small forward is now confirmed to have an Olympic-friendly Air Jordan 36 makeup on the way.
Most of its upper build leans on a white hue to paint over the mesh mid-foot and toe boxes as well as the smooth leathers that make up the collars. A darker blue serves as the secondary color as it contrasts through throat, tongue and heel tabs and thin mold that breaks up the collars and lower parts of the base. To further expand upon its Team USA vibe, bold red accents sprinkle to the Jumpman logo on the right foot, his “JT” initials on the left side, the Air Jordan 7-esque branding on the interior sides of the tongues and the heels tabs. Sole pieces feature white and black speckled patterns and come neighbored by a blue mold and a milky outsole.
Nike hasn’t confirmed a launch date yet, but you can likely expect them to be dropping in the coming months.
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