Air Jordan 37 Low Adopts the "Nothing But Net" Motif
Vivid accents from MJ’s tee and shorts set from the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics makes another appearance.
Michael Jordan was primarily known for his wizardry on the basketball floor, but away from the hardwood he was also recognized as a style icon. One of his most iconic outfits was his matching tee and shorts set that he rocked at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. It’s served as inspiration for various Jordan Brand models like the Air Jordan 7 and the Air Jordan 1 Low, and now it’s making its way into the six-time champion’s performance line as this Air Jordan 37 Low “Nothing But Net” colorway has just emerged.
Most of the court-ready sneakers are devised in black such as the mesh quarter panels, surrounding nubuck overlays and synthetic toe boxes and tongues. This allows the borrowed red, purple, yellow and blue patterns on the tongues to purloin all of the attention. Other details to point out on the upper include the angelic Jumpman logos that rest on the tongues, red Jordan signatures down the spine as well as the shoe laces which are accented with blue stitchings.
Detailed photos of the pair can be viewed above and you can see Nike and affiliated retailers dropping these in the coming weeks for $175 USD.
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