While it’s no secret that the Air Jordan XXXV (35) shares tons in common with its immediate predecessor, the silhouette’s forthcoming “DNA” iteration is ostensibly doing its best impression of the Eclipse plate-featuring model’s inaugural colorway. Clad in “White/Black/Fire Red,” the forthcoming pair nods to at least one of the first arrangements on the Jordan 5. Mesh windows along the profiles sit below dark suede overlays and a strange Jumpman logo branded panel. The textile collar and heel, alongside the tongue and inner lining, forgo any shimmering detailing in favor of a palette rooted in Air Jordan heritage, although this “DNA” option omits the ostensible handwritten “23” on the lateral heel found on an earlier “Center of Gravity” edition. Hits of scarlet on branding throughout the pair, however, deliver familiar flair, while the only unit further promotes future-thinking performance-basketball proposals: The updated Eclipse plate at the middle mostly indulges during a “Black” scheme, whereas the encompassing midsole and outsole boast “White” and icy, translucent finishes, respectively. Enjoy official images of the Jordan 35 “DNA” here below, and find pairs arriving at Nike.com on
November 11th for $180.
source of product: Snakernews