Radiating from the shoe’s dark uppers is a bright “Infrared” Jumpman logo placed at the top of the tongue. A set of finely quilted ankle collars offer light cushioning for added comfort and support. The Center of the shoe is occupied by a black mesh, stretching from the tongue to the toecap, while gray suede panels appear along the sidewalls. The shoe arrives with “Nike” tags at the heel, a light gray Eclipse plate at the midfoot, a black midsole and a semi-translucent outsole to round off the shoe’s design.
No official release dates have been confirmed, but the Air Jordan 35 “Fear” is expected to arrive soon on Nike’s website for $180 USD.
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