Since signing with Brand Jordan on December 26th, 2020, Luka Dončić has been the centerpiece of signature sneaker-related conversations. And while the Slovenian athlete hasn’t yet put spectators’ imaginations to rest, he’s recently unveiled his new logo on an Air Jordan 36, which suggests his own shoe may be in the works.
Teased on Team Slovenia’s recent Media Day, the icon captures both the 22-year-old’s “LD” initials and “77” jersey number in a sleek way. The mirrored logo appears on the Jordans‘ left tongue, while tradition branding takes over the right shoe. Furthermore, the latest installment in Michael Jordan’s signature sneaker line indulges in vibrant shades of blue and green to match Slovenia’s uniforms on display throughout the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Players the likes of Jayson Tatum and Rui Hachimura also have their own Player-Exclusive editions of the Jordan 36, but neither have garnered the same excitement from fans regarding his very own model.
There’s no word on whether this pair will ever hit Nike.com or simply remain as a PE, but you can enjoy official images of the shoes ahead.
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Air Jordan 36 PE "Luka Doncic"
Release Date: Aug 21st, 2021 (Saturday)
Mens: N/A Style Code: DJ4483-400
After MarketAvailable Now
North AmericaAug 21st, 2021 (Saturday)