You can cop the Air Jordan 34 Low ‘Print’ now
The Last Dance has come and gone and Jordan fans old and new alike are back on the Jordan bandwagon. While retro releases have been selling like hotcakes over the past couple of weeks, we can’t ignore JB’s more recent releases such as the Air Jordan 34 Low.
The Air Jordan 34 has been in the market for quite a while but the low top rendition began releasing right after the All-Star break. While most colorways play it safe, this latest iteration of the AJ 34 Low comes with the most memorable retro-inspired prints found throughout the Air Jordan line. The most striking print are found underneath the translucent film of the upper. These prints are quite reminiscent of the prints worn by MJ while he was in Barcelona for the 1992 Summer Olympics (which can also be found on the Air Jordan 7). The shoe also features an elephant print on the heel, (Air Jordan III) while the speckled cement print harks back to the Air Jordan IVs. The synthetic leather toe cap also takes on the geometric pattern found on the Air Jordan 7 or 29 (Hare colorway to be exact). The pops of color on the tongue and heel complete the look.
The Air Jordan 34 Low makes the light sneaker even lighter, with the lower collar, the synthetic leather toe cap replacing the mesh found on the mid, and an updated heel overlay. The Air Jordan 34 Low ‘Print’ dropped today, with the shoe retailing for Php 8,095. Pick the pair up now via nike.com/ph.