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Another Retro-Inspired Air Jordan 34 Low Colorway Is Dropping Soon

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One of the fresher faces of the Jumpman’s footwear family, the Air Jordan 34 Low, has been reliant on that of heritage palettes to inspire its latest batch of updates. Its last QS edition was spotted combining patterned treatments reminiscent of the Air Jordan 3 and Air Jordan 7, and the last time it showed out, a “White Cement” theme was teased. Bringing to our attention more of the former, the hoops-ready silhouette is indulging in more retro graphics to take over this forthcoming variation. Beneath its transparent upper film, lies a mosaic of abstract patterns which have now been reworked in a Barcelona sweater “Nothing But Net” color scheme. A stealthy finish is applied to its throat and ankle overlays, and its heel counter translates Jordan Brand’s signature cement print layered with a yellow Jumpman logo on top. Moreover, its midsole piece has been ornamented with a speckled exterior for added flair. Check out a further look here, and note that these will be dropping in Asia on June 4th, with a stateside release on Nike.com likely to follow in the coming weeks.

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Air Jordan 34 Low
Asia Release Date: June 4th, 2020
Style Code: CZ7746-008

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