Jayson Tatum's Air Jordan 37 PE Receives Release Date

Featuring graphics of the Celtics star’s tattoos.

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Making his Jordan Brand debut with the Air Jordan 34, Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum has proceeded to serve up popular player-exclusive Air Jordan 35, 36, and now 37 pairs. The upcoming Air Jordan 37 PE is found in a “Pale Vanilla” mesh base with black soft-touch panels along the collars.

“University Red” details featured across the “AJ XXVII” toebox text, Jumpman and Jayson Tatum logo-branded tongue tabs, and signatures on the heel pull tabs. Graphics personal to Tatum, which seem to mainly reference from his tattoos, are spread across the mudguard, tongue, and insoles. Rounding out the design is a double-stacked midsole, gum outsole, and semi-translucent heel piece.

Take an official look at the Air Jordan 37 “Jayson Tatum” above and expect the pairs to release on October 7 on Nike’s website and at select retailers for $205 USD.

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