Air Jordan 35 “Warrior”

Air Jordan 35 “Warrior”

The latest Air Jordan 35 showcases some aesthetic components of the previous Air Jordan. Washington Rui Hachimura has gone to take an unconventional route to the NBA. The warrior spirit he showcased during his journey inspired Jordan Brand’s Air 35 warrior. The greatest part of Jordan’s Brand is that it was able to take culture, an operational shoe, and combine them. The Air Jordan line is certainly the most emblematic shoe series ever made. 

Style and Colorway

The colorway of the Air Jordan 35 “warrior” bears a resemblance from the identity of Rui Hachimura and a logo inspired from Kanji of Jordan Brand, planned design to honor his family name and his court warrior spirit. Air Jordan black and red uppers take the form from throughout the collar. It also incorporates the latest flightwire structure on the midfoot plus a big red and black suede strip. The left tongue displays Hachimura’s logo, while a standard Jumpman graphic is found on the right tongue. Hanging off each heel are traditional Nike Air tags. Down below, midsoles evolve the revolutionary eclipse plate technology of the Air Jordan 34, using an “eclipse plate 2.0” for optimum spring, steadiness, and arc support. This circular component has a red and black gradient. The gray outsole with the Air Jordan 4-esque speckled print round off the look.

Release date and price

On October 1, the Air Jordan 35 “warrior” is scheduled to be released on Nike on October 21 and is priced at $180 USD.

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