If there’s one thing to point out about the Air Jordan 34 lately, it’s that many of its newly revealed options have gravitated towards that of pattern-heavy furnishings. Its mid-profile model has adorned recent PE styles with Japanese-inspired cherry blossoms, as well as wild animalistic patterns for Jumpman family members Rui Hachimura and Jayson Tatum, and its low-top sibling recently used retro “Nothing But Net” patterns to style a duo of its latest creations. Moving forward, the latter is rolling over the graphic treatments to its newest colorway; this time opting to wrap its entire upper in a collection of dotted patterns.
Blacked out for most of its composition, these 34s treat its midsoles, midfoot film, and tongues with the aforementioned graphic, but each layer differentiates itself from the other as red dots land on the former, while black and white graphics make their way to the latter. Additionally, joker-esque accents of green pop out through the tongue/heel Jumpman insignias, while hits of purple sprinkle towards the tongue/rear. It’s likely that these will drop on Nike.com and at select retailers this Summer, but keep it locked as we receive more information of its official launch date.
For other Jordan news, the Jordan 6 Hare is getting its stateside drop tomorrow.
Air Jordan 34 Low “Dots”
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