New Release Jordan Jumpman Pro Sneakers For 25th Anniversary Exclusive

New Release Jordan Jumpman Pro Sneakers For 25th Anniversary Exclusive

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For Air Max 270, The Jordan Jumpman Pro, the first-ever Jumpman sneaker, was confirmed to be returning for its 25th Anniversary. And joining the releases unveiled thus far is this newly-revealed colorway, which features “Bordeaux” across many of its accents. Similar to the pair that appeared back in June, the “Bordeaux” is mainly comprised of white leathers. Said material wraps the toe, side, and heel, matching the adjacent tongue and laces.The branding along the heel, too, is clad in the same neutral, visually separating the “JUMPMAN” text and logos from their deep red background. Additional instances of the later appear throughout rest of the construction — specifically, via its sole, Jumpman embroidery, lining, and trims.
A truly sophisticated shoe, the Jordan Jumpman Pro Bordeaux boasts a tasteful design that stays true to the original release’s athletic and elegant look.It features a tumbled leather upper with quilted detailing at the midfoot. Animating this colourless base are the burgundy accents which include the embroidered Jumpman logo on the lateral side, branded pull tabs and the tongue tag. Meanwhile, metallic silver hardware serves as a nice finishing touch. Underfoot, this Jordan Jumpman Pro has a plush midsole that provides all-day comfort.
The Jordan Jumpman Pro Bulls sneaker – which debuted in 1997 – emerged in a Chicago Bulls-friendly white, black and red colorway. Air Jordan 12-like design cues are found throughout the upper and sole unit, with the profiles and outsole’s center marking the most overt similarities. Upper eyelets and nearby Jumpman logos opt for an eye-catching ruby hue, as do branding details at the spine. Together, the upcoming non-Air Jordan proposition from #23’s eponymous label brings yesteryear to the modern day.While not boasting the same level of hype as the mainline Air Jordan series, the Jordan Jumpman Pro model enjoys a cult-like following due to its on-court heritage and performance.

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