Official Looks at the Air Jordan 34 “Snow Leopard”
Unveiled as part of Jordan Brand’s launch for their latest signature silhouette, the “Snow Leopard” Air Jordan 34 certainly caught the eye of many, thanks to its historically atypical use of white and teal. It’s a color palette that we’ve seen used sparingly by the brand in the more recent past, almost exclusively on the in-season signature as a PE for China’s Guo Ailun. Once again it appears that the trend will continue, with the official images (GS) appearing today that highlights a special G/6/13 heel motif — with G for Guo, 6 his national number and 13 his club number. That heel motif, along with the opposing Jumpman, tongue branding and hardware all arrive in an interesting iridescent finish, on the predominately white-based sneaker. Vibrant pops of teal come into play on the midfoot Eclipse Plate, liners, lace overlays, insoles and heel pulls, while bold flecked black laces add a strong point of contrast. Completing the design is the subtle use of a UV print on the heel that’s eerily similar to the brand’s iconic elephant print.
Take a peep at the official images of the Air Jordan 34 “Snow Leopard” in grade school sizes below, and look for these crispy joints to touch down at select stores like Finish Line, Dick’s and Nike.com on November 14th, 2019, with men’s retailing at $180, and grade school sizes for $140.
Air Jordan 34 “Snow Leopard”
Style Code: AR3240-103
Release Date: November 14th, 2019
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