Jayson Tatum Debuts His Jordan Tatum 1 "Blueprint" PE
The Celtics superstar’s latest kicks feature graph-inspired backdrops and Jumpman logos remixed with dimension lines.
Jayson Tatum has officially entered into the next chapter of his footwear journey with Jordan Brand. He finally debuted his first signature shoe during NBA All-Star Weekend — where he racked up 55 points and now holds the title for most points ever in an All-Star game — and is now starting to bust out some of his special colorways for the second half of the season. The latest to hit the court is the Jordan Tatum 1 “Blueprint” PE which he laced up during his most recent matchup against the Brooklyn Nets.
Jordan Brand player exclusive designer Kelsey Amy and her crew take an architectural approach for this latest on-court offering. From top to bottom, the kicks are covered in a bold blue hue to reference its blueprint motif, and the uppers have been reimagined with graph-inspired patterns as well as dimensional lines that rest atop the medial side’s “JT” logos and lateral heel’s Jumpman icons. Tatum’s number “0” also touches down on the heels in white embroidery which is also reminiscent of the St. Louis native’s one-year career at Duke University thanks to the kicks’ color scheme. The exaggerated TPU plate also gets equipped with glossy borders to give the shoes some extra flair.
As of now, these will not be releasing to the public.
For other news, official images of the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Atmosphere” have emerged.