Jordan Brand Officially Reveals the Air Jordan 37 Low
Previously spotted on-foot courtesy of Jayson Tatum.
Another year, another entry in the Air Jordan series. For decades now, Jordan Brand has been consistent in adding a new look to its legendary Air Jordan line. With the Air Jordan 37 being the release tied to 2022, countless court-ready looks have surfaced, including a collaborative colorway with UNDEFEATED. Looking to next year, it’s inevitable that the Air Jordan 38 will takeover as the latest and greatest from the brand. However, before the next iteration arises, the 37’s low-top variant is on its way.
First revealed in September via Jayson Tatum at a Duke University workout session, the Air Jordan 37 Low has now been officially revealed. In the same “White/Black-Siren Red” color scheme that Tatum wore previously, the low-top has been prepared for action in 2023. Specifications of the shoe have not yet been declared, however, its build seems to noticeably differ with a lessened amount of Lenoweave at the upper despite the removal of its mudguard.
Currently, Nike has not shared any release details regarding the debut of the Air Jordan 37 Low. It is expected to launch via Nike and select retailers at a price of $175 USD at some point during 2023.
For more footwear news, the Air Jordan 37 Low’s high-top counterpart recently surfaced in a “Bordeaux” colorway that pays tribute to the Air Jordan 7’s look of the same name.