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Air Jordan 36 Low “Pure Money” Arrives On July 21st

Air Jordan 36 Low “Pure Money” Arrives On July 21st

While Michael Jordan’s “Black Cat” identity has existed since the mid-1990s, the “Pure Money” moniker didn’t come about until 2007 when Jordan Brand created the Air Jordan 3 “Black Cat” and “Pure Money” pack. These opposing identities represented the dichotomy of the GOAT’s tendency to take on a sinister as well as an angelic approach to the game, both producing similar results.

The white/silver “Pure Money” has since become a common scene with Air Jordans as it now arrives on the latest version of the brand’s game shoe – the Air Jordan 36 Low. Featuring an all-white upper, this upcoming release sees subtle hits of silver on the exterior trim with an iridescent finish arriving on the sport stripe on the midsole as well as the enlarged Jumpman logo on the tongue. A full “iced out” rubber outsole completes the Pure Money aesthetic.

This Air Jordan 36 Low with an angelic persona is scheduled to release at Jordan retailers on July 21st, 2022 for $165.

WHERE TO BUY

Air Jordan 36 Low

SKU: DH0833-101
RETAIL PRICE: $175
RELEASE DATE: Jul 21, 2022

US 07/21/2022 Thursday

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