The Jumpman Further Celebrates 25 Years In China With Air Jordan 37 “Dongdan”

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Since the start of the Summer, Jordan Brand has been using many a beloved silhouette — from the Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT to the Air Jordan 12 Low — to celebrate their 25th year in China. And as revealed earlier this week, the Air Jordan 37, too, is joining the festivities, albeit under a more familiar nickname: “Dongdan.”

Similar to last year’s China-exclusive release, which drew inspiration from the annual sunset streetball tournament in Beijing, this Air Jordan 37 is dressed in a gradient that consists of vibrant pink and orange shades. What’s more, the “Xiazhan Dongdan” logo is also present, affixed to the tongue in a luxe gold finish that matches the Jumpman and “25” stamp on the opposite foot. Further nods to the “25 Years In China” collection then come in by way of the mudguard, which is subtly dressed in the same iridescent print seen on the above-mentioned AJ12 Low.

Finished with a number of purple and gold accents, the Air Jordan 37 “Dongdan” can be viewed in detail below. At the time of writing this, a release date has not yet been revealed. For now, sit tight as we await further details.

In other news, official images of the PS Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Black Phantom have surfaced.

Photos: @hideloverrrr

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