Air Jordan 35 “Paris” Limited To Just 102 Pairs

Air Jordan 35 “Paris” Limited To Just 102 Pairs

Although Jordan Brand’s next collaborative capsule with France’s Paris Saint-Germain F.C. has only been teased via unofficial images, a separate, but equally-special ode to the French capital has recently emerged in the form of a limited-to-102-pairs iteration of the Air Jordan 35.

While more limited to its immediate predecessor’s ode to the European destination, the forthcoming take on the performance-basketball sneaker features a similar “Pale Ivory” and pastel pink palette. The latest Air Jordan, however, complements its spring-ready arrangement with floral patterned inner lining visible from toe tip to collar. Furthermore, the soft tones work in-tandem with “Metallic Gold” accents across the midfoot, tongue and rear to deliver a sense of luxury appropriate to a proposition arriving in such low quantity (numbered behind the tongue). Updated versions of the Eclipse plate introduced a marble-like finish to the styling, while “75” and “PANAME” details throughout the heel nod to Paris’ area code and the city and its suburbs’ colloquial nickname.

An official release date is yet unknown, but this ode to Paris is likely to hit European Nike SNKRS outposts ahead of spring. In any case, enjoy images of the pair ahead.

For more basketball options from NIKE, Inc., check out every Nike Kobe 6 Protro expected to arrive throughout 2021.

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