CLOT in their past few collaborations with Nike and Jordan brand have been using repetitive themes on the footwear. Going all the way from the silken uppers to the terracotta warrior inspired collaboration, the detailing and color schemes have been seen before somewhere or the other. Recently, CLOT worked on the Air Jordan 14 Low which can be seen as an inspiration from the 2018 terracotta-styled Air Jordan 13 Low.
The shoe features a similar color palette comprising of “Sepia Stone/Terra Blush/Desert Sand hues. The upper detail is achieved by a brown suede midfoot and heel. The shoe’s texture is traditional terracotta sewn with a tan thread. While all the graphics are intact, the shoe contains no branding to match the designed artifact norms.
The heels are colored in a black with a rubber structure, while the throats and collars are a sandy tan suede. The left shoe has swapped the Jordan branding for a CLOT spell out. The shoe is concluded with a brown and clay midsoles and brown outsoles.
The pair is speculated to arrive in the early 2021 accompanied by a similarly-styled Air Jordan 35, yet to be revealed.
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