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The Air Jordan 34 “Chinese New Year” Releases On January 2nd

The Air Jordan 34 “Chinese New Year” Releases On January 2nd

Due to the fact that the month of January is only less than a week away, a handful of sportswear brands have already started to give us a closer look at what they have rolled up their sleeves for the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations. One of those include Jordan Brand, who after revealing an Air Jordan 13 to take care of things on the retro side, are also bringing the festive spirit to their basketball division through this upcoming Air Jordan 34 colorway. In fact, much of the similar design language is inherited from the aforementioned retro. Notes of pink are sprinkled across the rear tapings and heels, followed by the uppers that implement the same ancient tiled graphic printed across its paneling. Additionally, the eclipse-like Jordan badge placed atop the 13’s tongue, now makes its way on this rendition’s heel which deviates from its usual “Nike Air” branding. For those looking to snag a pair they will be available on Nike.com and at select Jordan retailers for $180 starting on January 2nd, so enjoy an official look here below while you wait on their release.

In addition, see what other releases Nike/Jordan have planned for Chinese New Year 2020.

Air Jordan 34 “Chinese New Year”
Release Date: January 2nd, 2020
$180
Color: Black/Metallic Silver/White/Digital Pink
Style Code: AR3240-016

Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

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