Michael Jordan’s signature sneaker line has become identical with street style, but its focus continues to be performance basketball. The last couple of models received a visible number of mixed reviews, but the Air Jordan 34 was broadly lauded for its fit and responsiveness. Its immediate successor has panned out to be more of an evolution than revolution, but the upcoming Air Jordan 36 may take on the latter approach, as a first-look by Isatou “Satou” Sabally indicates it’s gathered up a few design updates.
The German-American professional hooper shared a brief look at a new shoe from her Brand Jordan family while apparently on the set of marketing campaign for the shoe. Donned in a wine-like shade of burgundy, the (possible) latest Air Jordan is reminiscent of the current Air Jordan 35 in shape and silhouette. Screenshots of Sabally’s Twitter video don’t provide a high-definition look at the shoe’s materials, but it exhibits the shoe as sharing cues with previous Air Jordan sneakers worn by Russell Westbrook; additionally, no “NIKE AIR” appears at the heel. The design’s most distinctive feature arrives via the sole unit, which features a dissociated white midsole accented by a wavy, 1990s-appropriate magenta stripe. This area also discloses the latest rehash of the Eclipse Plate (probably the 3.0), a support system that’s allowed for lightweight, but durable and responsive support. Traction patterns aren’t portrayed in the potential first look, but the Air Jordan 5-inspired model’s possible launch colorway treats in a vibrant orange tone across the outsole.
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