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This Gloomy Jordan Mars 270 Colorway Is Inspired By London

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For the most part, Beaverton’s hybridized Jordan Mars 270 silhouette has sort of been utilized as a modernized interpreter of retro colorways. It’s adopted schemes from classic styles such as “Grape” and “Metallic” 5s, the “Shattered Backboard” 1s, and even the Air Max 180s that MJ rocked in his 1992 Dream Team Olympics photoshoot. However, after recently emerging in tones symbolic of the French flag, it seems to have kick started an international-themed trend as next is line is this gloomy makeover inspired by London. The muted tones of black and grey work together harmoniously against its multi-paneled constructions, and potentially nod to the oft-seen foggy/rainy weather that is associated with the city year-round. The footbeds without a doubt are the brightest element of the shoes as they are dyed in a vibrant blue pulled straight from the British flag. Moreover, a direct nod to The Big Smoke is stated through its hang tag that spells out “LDN” in bold text. You can find these likely dropping on Nike.com and select retailers in the coming weeks for $160, so peep a closer look below while you wait on their arrival.

UPDATE (03/06/2020):
Pairs of the Jordan Mars 270 “London” are hitting European retailers on March 7th.

Jordan Mars 270 “London”
Release Date: March 7th, 2020
Color: Thunder Grey/Smoke Grey-DK Smoke Grey
Style Code: CV3042-001

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