While we really don’t know what is up his sleeve for the year on whether he will be adding his expertise to retro standard silhouettes or new takes like last year saw and it appears we might be getting the best of both worlds. It also features an New Sale Air Jordan, adding another hybrid motif. You can also expect to see Off-White branding along with the signature orange zip-tie that accompanies the black and green upper. This sneaker has not received an official name but it appears to take the base of a Nike SB Dunk but with P-6000 motifs throughout the design.
Along with new tech and performance upgrades, the AJ35 is definitely a sneaker to watch. Scheduled for October 17th, the colorway releases as a direct nod to the original Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG by releasing on the exact day the AJ5 released 30 years ago. The sneaker is then completed with the new and improved Eclipse plate that opts for metallic blue and solar red which also covers the vibrant rubber outsole. Iridescent overlays are also placed in for futuristic effects while blue covers the tongue. Different colors are also used throughout the sneaker with orange painting the lace eyelets, red on the Jumpman tongue branding, and accents of Volt throughout the lacing system and heel tab.
University Blue then comes into play on the laces, Nike Swoosh, mudguard outlines overlays and the Air Jordan 1 Mid White Midnight Navy Sneakers. A semi-gum midsole and outsole start to finish off the design while Off-White branding is expected to arrive on the inner side paneling. Check out the first look below and make sure to keep it locked to JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news. The Off-White x Nike Air Rubber Dunk collection is still set to release tis Spring but with the previous Off-White x Nike history, that date can be postponed.