Whilst either has not been officially confirmed to be the Air Jordan 35, there are a few signs that indicate that it may in fact the brand’s newest numbered Air Jordan. The use of the midfoot Eclipse plate that debuted on the Air Jordan 34 last year, and forefoot Zoom tech is indicative of a marquee release, though this pair sports Jumpman-branded tags, and a semi-Eclipse plate, all signs of a take-down Jordan 35 team model.
This pair, which appears in jet black ripstop, nubuck, and an interesting scratch-textured tongue and medial panel, is equipped with contrast white stitching which appears to honor the Air Jordan 12, a sneaker which will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2021. Elsewhere, chrome Jumpman branding at the tongue and Eclipse plate play into the monochromatic make, as does further white hits throughout the flecked laces, rear embroidery, and underfoot branding hits.
Release Date: TBA