J Balvin debuted the never-before-seen colorway while playing ball with Jimmy Butler in New York City.
You can look forward to J Balvin’s Air Jordan 3, another Palace x Salomon collab, the return of the Air Jordan 5 “Burgundy” and more as well.
Named the “Rio” colorway, it is dedicated to the artist’s firstborn son.
Purple, orange and yellow gradient accents reference Colombia’s sunsets.
From his human-sized Whisbe sculptures to his wealth of Murakami and KAWS-designed pieces.