"University Red" Covers the Air Jordan 38

The red and white colorway is set to release in early November.

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Jordan Brand’s unrelenting output of new Air Jordans resulted in the introduction of the Air Jordan 38 earlier this year. While a low-top version of the new performance sneaker appeared this week, we await its proper reveal as another colorway of its high-top version has been unveiled.

Utilizing a familiar “University Red,” the Jumpman team has created a black, white and red color arrangement that features significant contrast throughout. The shoe’s intricate detailing is highlighted by the juxtaposition of red and white throughout the upper, offering an eye-catching colorway that is backed by black notes at the laces, overlay stitching and the Jumpman branding notes included at both the tongue and heel. As for the court-ready outsole, a translucent rubber encases red, white and black segments.

At the time of writing, Nike has yet to officially announce the release procedure for this “University Red” colorway of the Air Jordan 38. However, it’s currently expected to launch on November 7 via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a price of $200 USD.

Looking for more of the latest updates from the world of sneakers? We’ve got you covered with a rumor breakdown of another project between professional BMX athlete Nigel Sylvester and Jordan Brand — outfitting a brand new iteration of the Air Jordan 4, the Air Jordan 4 RM, in Fall 2024.

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