The mystery of the Air Jordan 35 has unfolded rapidly since it first appeared by way of official images. And with wear testing underway as confirmed by Jayson Tatum and Jeff Green, it’s likely we’re soon to see the silhouette’s official release before the end of the year.
Alongside vibrant, iridescent accents and a number of versatile neutrals, the pair also seems to be making use of heritage palettes as recent leaks confirm a classic white, black, and red colorway. A loose homage to Chicago, the pair leads first with its two neutrals — the black dyeing the nubuck counter, eye stay, toe cap, and tongue while the white adheres to the cage along the profile as well as the mesh collar and grid overlaid instep. This two-toned arrangement is then mirrored on the diamond-patterned laces, the strings wrapped adjacent to red typography, Jumpman insignia, and matching secondary notes.
Grab a quick look at this upcoming AJ35 right here and sit tight as we await its Nike.com release.
In other news, take a look at the Peyton Smith designed Air Jordan 4 Make-A-Wish.
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