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First Look At The Jordan Talon SP-Z (Not The Air Jordan 35)

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With the year coming to a close, it’s about time for the next mainline Jordan silhouette to be revealed. And with official images of this brand new model surfacing, the community has been in a frenzy with rumors, many believing it to be the upcoming Air Jordan 35.

While it shares quite a few similarities to the previous Jordan 34, the silhouette could easily be a stripped down version of an adjacent performance shape. Also, with the brand often introducing new ideas throughout the year, it’s hard to be truly confirm the aforementioned rumor’s validity. But purely though its design, the pair delivers a few brand new motifs and constructions. The side profile, which lays a foundation of nylon ripstop all throughout, is accented atop with a large mosaic of white contrast stitch, its thread forming decals of both arcs and radial lines. Laces mirror the same two-toned aesthetic along both mesh and tongue whose silver metallic Jumpman emblem is placed along an intentionally scratched up backing. Elsewhere, find all caps, boldfaced text branding at both pulls, a shuttered “23” on the vamp, and a tooling quiet similar to that of the 34.

Grab a detailed look at these here and expect confirmation to arrive in due time. A release should then follow on Nike.com.

In other news, a detailed look at the Air Jordan 34 Deep Ocean was revealed.

Updated 09/03/20: This model is called the Jordan Talon SP-Z. It is not the Air Jordan 35.

Air Jordan 35 (?)
Style Code: CQ4021-001

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