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The “Urban Jungle” From The Early 1990s Infuses With The Jordan Point Lane

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With the Jordan Point Lane, the brand has seamlessly integrated Air Max into the line-up. Aided by decades worth of history, the silhouette draws from both color and form with its releases — the latest inspired by the “Urban Jungle” look.

Through the forefoot and parts of the heel, the colorway shies away from any loud color. Only the stitching sports a bright yellow, while the backdrop cascades from a white leather to a dark black mesh. Even the tooling and lace unit follow suit, though the former is accented with a touch of icy blue underfoot. The Jumpman logo and lining, in contrast, are bold in their use of green, a shade that’s found within the heel’s loud, retro-stylized print.

For a closer look at this “Urban Jungle” Point Lane, see the official images below. Sizes are sure to appear on Nike.com and select retailers soon.

In other news, the Off-White Dunks release August 9th.

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Jordan Point Lane "Urban Jungle"
Release Date: 2021
Color: N/A
Mens: N/A Style Code: CZ4166-103