Despite being widely synonymous with lifestyle wear, the Air Jordan line is, at its core, performance basketball-focused. And while the Jordan 1, among other retros, may no longer be keen on hooping, the Jordan 34 Low is.
Launched September 2019, the original Jordan 34 has enjoyed a healthy roster of general and Player Exclusive (PE) releases. On the latter note, Zion Williamson and Jayson Tatum have brought aspects of their personal journeys and interests to sneaker form. The Liaoning Flying Leopards’ Guo Ailun, however, introduced the silhouette’s low-top option. Though clad in a much darker scheme, upcoming “Black/Red Orbit” pairs of the Jordan 34 Low keep their taller counterparts’ performance-oriented details: Breathable upper with ample support sitting atop Zoom Air cushioning and a herringbone outsole. The collar, sitting at a lower height, ups the lightweight and comfort ante.
No release date is yet known, but this Jordan 34 Low is likely to arrive quietly to Nike.com as Summer inches closer.
For more hardwood-ready options from the Jumpman imprint, check out the recently-launched Westbrook One Take.
Air Jordan 34 Low
Release Date: May 7th, 2020
Color: Black/Metallic Silver/White-Red Orbit
Style Code: CU3475-001
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