The Jordan Trunner Advance Gets The Signature “Black Cat” Look

The Jordan Trunner Advance Gets The Signature “Black Cat” Look

Rather than start small, Jordan Brand’s reboot of the Trunner silhouette is growing to be rather expansive. After an official announcement regarding the “Ultimate” variation, the imprint is also poised to provide the slightly cheaper though aesthetically equal “Advance” alternate. Revealed first in a clean Triple Black colorway, the pair constructs of a Summer-equipped mesh fabrication. Somewhat see-through at the toe box as well as the side profile, the breathable texture adds marginal dimension next to taping that reinforces only at the forefoot and heel. White Jumpman branding mark a relatively unadorned design, diverting attention to itself as well as the more aggressively shaped tooling whose inner cushioning likely lacks the full length Zoom its expensive brother is known for. Grab an official look at the pair right below and expect a release to arrive at Nike.com hopefully later this season.

In other news, a Maroon Jordan 1 Low is on the way.

Jordan Trunner Advance “Black Cat”
Style Code: CJ1494-001

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