Official Images Of The Air Jordan 37 “Hare”

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In an effort to expand MJ’s legacy beyond his NBA career, the Jumpman has continued to add new shoes to the Air Jordan line-up, doing so now many years after the athlete’s retirement. And while very few of these can rival the history and importance of offerings such as the Air Jordan 1, they do serve an important role in moving the brand forward. But that doesn’t mean the team has forgotten their roots, either, as the Air Jordan 37, which was leaked just this past weekend, is to release in a “Hare” inspired colorway.

The nods to Bugs Bunny’s signature release are most evident across the tongue, as the multi-colored, retro-styled pattern is a close rip of what was used on the Air Jordan 7. Elsewhere, the rest of the colorway is similarly faithful — as much as possible, that is — with red and white dressing the brunt of the instep and upper, respectively. Only the sole is somewhat distinct, as it adds in pops of orange.

For a closer look at the Air Jordan 37 “Hare,” see the leaked imagery right here. Not much is known about the model as of yet, but we should be learning more very soon, so sit tight for further updates.

Until then, take a peek at the Air Jordan Spring 2023 releases.


UPDATE (03/22/2023):
The shoes are available on the Nike Spring Sale. Ends 3/26.
UPDATE (08/24/2022):
A release date is expected on September 29th, 2022.

Air Jordan 37 "Hare"

SKU: DD6958-160
RELEASE DATE: Sep 29, 2022

US 09/29/2022 Thursday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
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