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The Air Jordan 37 Low Dresses In The Famed “Nothing But Net” Scheme

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While their on-court matchups remain iconic in their own right, Michael Jordan and Larry Bird’s battle in their 1992 McDonald’s commercial has paved its own place in history for a number of reasons. With a majority of the iconic pieces worn throughout his career were sneakers, Jordan’s vibrant sweater from that commercial has proffered a number of inspirational silhouettes. Bearing titular multi-color stripes, the “Nothing But Net” scheme now collects across the Air Jordan 37 Low in a reserved approach.

In concert with the Air Jordan 7’s matching release from 2015, the geometric graphic filled with red, purple, blue and yellow lays claim to the tongue tabs in a seldom appearance of the cult-classic color combination. Dominated by jet-black nubuck uppers and sock liners, bright “Game Royal” comes stitched into the laces in a dashed effort while a crisp white sole unit contrasts the clad pitch-dark upper above for a simplistic offering that pairs vastly.

Concluded by rendering the latter four hues in a sectioned arrangement underfoot amongst the tread, enjoy official images of the Air Jordan 37 Low “Nothing But Net” below while we await further release details in the meantime.

In other news from the Beaverton brand, check out the Nike Air Max TW’s tribute to the Godfather of Air, M. Frank Rudy.

Where to Buy

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UPDATE (05/02/2023):
The shoes are now available on Nike.com.
Air Jordan 37 Low "Nothing But Net"
Release Date: May 4th, 2023 (Thursday)
Color: Black/University Red/Bright Concord/White
Mens: $175 Style Code: DQ4122-061

Updated February 10th, 2023: New photos have been updated (images via JD Sports)