Jordan Brand Honors Paris With a New Air Jordan 36 Colorway

Limited to 2,629 pairs.

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The Air Jordan 37Jordan Brand‘s next chapter in its ongoing basketball lineage — has already been officially unveiled to the public, but before consumers get their hands on those, the brand is carving out room for its remaining Air Jordan 36 colorways to be delivered. Next up for the court-centric silhouette is a fresh iteration that pays homage to the city Paris, and oh yeah, it’s extremely limited.

Mesh side walls on this are styled up with a blend of a punchy pink and purple gradient and sit adjacent “Sail” overlays that affix to the toe tips, lower heels, collars and tongues. The latter comes printed with a tonal map the destination they call the “City of Love.” Like many of the previously-released Paris-themed Jordan offerings, a “PANAME” tab dangles off the collars. Heel tabs split between 36 branding on the left and a “75” hit on the right. Additionally, each pair comes numbered on the inside of both tongues up to 2,629 to reflect the amount of units that Jordan Brand has produced of this makeup.

A release is likely to go down in the coming months from Nike, and the retail price is set at $185 USD.

Looking for other news? An Air Jordan 1 Low Golf “Copa” colorway has been revealed.

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