Throughout recent years, slip-on silhouettes have emerged as leaders in summer footwear — causing brands such as Crocs to slide back into the spotlight. In adapting to this trend, brands such as Nike have evolved its own styles to increase the brand’s easy-to-put-on offerings. For its Jordan Brand division, last year saw the introduction of a new modular slip-on — the Jordan System.23 Clog.
After appearing in various color combinations last year, the System.23 Clog has reappeared with a “Team Gold” and “Coconut Milk” finish. Its lightweight shell — constructed with a durable foam — has been stamped with branding elements while appearing in an even gold hue. As for its inner layer, the stretch-woven bootie takes on the iconic elephant print with the aforementioned “Coconut Milk” highlighting the design. The interchangeable elements are functional with all System.23 Clogs and each pair comes with an extra insole for those opting to rock just the shell.
For those interested in grabbing a pair of the Jordan System.23 Clog in “Team Gold,” it’s available now via Nike and select retailers at a price of $110 USD.
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