JORDAN 34 LOW PRINTS
Jordan Brand has never been afraid to look back for design ideas. And although the ultra-futuristic Air Jordan 34 is packed-full of interstellar inspiration, it still comes with subtle nods to its storied history. It’s debut release saw both Nike Air heel and “Flight” tongue branding as a tribute to the Air Jordan 4, it’s 30-year-older brother. But when the low-cut edition of the silhouette hit stores in late April, it came with callouts far more obvious, including retro prints and flecked midsoles from silhouettes past. Now the heritage-inspired thematic returns in a palate more subdued but equally as appealing.