Air Jordan The Air Jordan 34 SE “Paris” Is Limited To Only 500 Pairs

The Air Jordan 34 SE “Paris” Is Limited To Only 500 Pairs

The young but notable Air Jordan 34, as the newest to join the Jumpman family, has a long ways to go before it builds a line-up as notorious as the AJ11 or AJ1. Debuted with the help of Zion Williamson, however, the model had quite the start, setting sail with neutrals and Asia exclusive toolings in tow. With much more in store for it in the near future, the silhouette’s latest, which is by far its most limited as well, will unfortunately be going out to a very select few — 500 to be exact.

Marked as such along the inside, the release does well to play up its exclusivity with an imposing box further removing it from more standard general releases. Eyestay panels, dyed here in a very light cream, stamp with “Paname” in deeper nod to the city of love itself. Just adjacent, the upper synthetic colors in a soft pink, almost purple shade, finishing with an execution distinct as it travels from the left foot to the next. Black laces add complementing speckles to its laces while the tongue tab brandishes with a floral Jumpman emblem; elsewhere, the heel counter — whose pulls divert via yellow pigments — dons a metallic silver detailing of “75” just along the right pair.

Grab a detailed look at these right here, and though no release date has been officially posted, they’re said to be dropping solely on Nike SNEAKRS.