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Air Jordan 31 UK

Jordan Brand and Russell Westbrook are already teasing the Jordan 32, but there are still a few must-have pairs of the Air Jordan 31 Low before summer ends. The Jordan 31 was a performance beast thanks to the explosive response from FlightSpeed technology and a full-length Zoom Air unit for cushioning. Inspired by the Air Jordan 1, the low top moved a little bit away from the call back to the original Jordan model but kept the synthetic leather heel paired with Flyweave throughout. What resulted was a modern Jordan signature offering that was the peak of performance but could also be readily worn off-the-court with colorways like this. Today we get word that what could be the last option from this silhouette is releasing on August 18th with the Air Jordan 31 Low Camo arriving at retailers worldwide. Camo has been a go-to pattern in the footwear industry for the past few years and Jordan Brand manages to introduce the look in a subtle tasteful way thanks to a traditional olive green upper, metallic copper heel accent and a gum outsole. What do you think of the look? Check out more detailed shots below and find this pair on later this month.
Nike and Jordan Brand are taking a break from their numerous NBA uniform overhauls to focus on international basketball. Argentina is one of the most decorated countries outside of the United States in international play whether it be FIBA or the Olympics. The team beat the USA in 2002 and then followed up that resounding victory by earning the Gold Medal in Athens, Greece in 2004. What followed was a 15-year run that’s been the most decorated period in Confederación Argentina de Básquetbol’s history. In honor of the hoops renaissance in Argentina, Jordan Brand has redesigned the national team’s uniforms and gifted them with a brand new Jordan 31 Argentina PE featuring a familiar color blocking for the Jumpman – University Blue and White. The uniform redesign extends to CABB teams from men’s, women’s, to even youth affiliated squads and will debut August 26th when the women’s team hosts the 2017 FIBA Americup. The Jordan XXXI is unlikely to make it to stores, but the uniforms will be available in Argentina starting August 9th. In related news, check out the Charlotte Hornets new uniforms as they’re the first and only team in NBA history to wear Jumpman sponsored jerseys.

Air Jordan 34 UK

Involved in every aspect from color story to design, the Air Jordan 34‘s debut is set to be quite the star-studded one with even noteworthy athletes like Zion Williamson, Jayson Tatum, and Rui Hachimura outfitting in them for the upcoming NBA season. With schemes matching the futuristic ethos of its overarching themes and then contrasting with simple neutrals, the recently revealed “Snow Leopard” is something freshly in between. Marked with connection to the winter loving carnivore, it’s palettes are akin to its light, almost grey fur coat. Accents of jade greens remind of the lush, mountain scenes while extremely subtle animal prints at the hell further in overt connection. Grab a detailed look at one of the upcoming colorways and find them rolling out to select retailers and past the silhouette’s initial September 25th roll out.
After debuting the classic “Bulls” and “Blue Void” at the official launch on September 7th, Jordan Brand unveils three new color concepts of the Air Jordan 34 – one of which is this clean two-toned iteration. Officially dubbed the “Eclipse”, this upcoming colorway serves as a nod to the keynote innovation of the Eclipse Plate that sits in the midsole and acts as a bridge between the forefoot and heel Zoom units. Furthermore, the multi-layered Jumpman logos at the heel provide a visual interpretation of the natural phenomenon. While Jordan Brand officially confirms a September 25th launch for the Air Jordan 34, it’s not entirely clear when the “Eclipse” edition will be available. In the meantime, see the official images ahead, which includes a shot of rookie and newest brand athlete Rui Hachimura, and expect a release this Fall/Winter for $180.