Like its ’88 muse, this performance-focused silhouette is almost entirely clad in “White.” Mesh panels throughout the Jordan 34 Low, however, add a see-through element into the mix. Synthetic overlays across the forefoot, midfoot and heel follow suit in a colorless scheme, but the most latter area features the iconic grey and black elephant print that Tinker Hatfield created for his first design for Michael Jordan. Elsewhere, hits of red on the tongue nod to the original Jordan 3’s Jumpman logo, which was introduced to the world on that silhouette; they also add some flair to pull tabs at the rear. Underfoot, the low-top Jordan 34 completes the homage to its Air Jordan predecessor with a “Black” Eclipse Plate towards the heel and an off-grey Zoom Air window near the toe.
Full release details are still unknown, but the Jordan 34 Low “White Cement” is likely to launch on Nike.com in the coming months. For now, enjoy a first look at the pair here below.
Air Jordan 34 Low “White Cement”
Style Code: CZ7747-101
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