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DA2625-600 Air Jordan 35 Warrior 2020 to release on October 21st

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The Air Jordan 35 "Warrior" draws inspiration from Rui Hachimura's identity and Kanji-inspired samurai logo, designed by his mother in honor of his family's name and warrior spirit on the court. As we all know, there's no Jordan signature without the classic black and red makeover. The Air Jordan 35 "Warrior" adopts the iconic colorway as the 35 is rooted in the brand's DNA. This circular piece features a black-to-red gradient fade while working in tandem with heel and forefoot Zoom Air bags to increase the wearer’s explosiveness. Gray outsoles with an Air Jordan 4-esque dotted print round off the look.
Shop Air Jordan Basketball Shoes, Black and red uppers take shape cues from the Air Jordan 5 around the collar, then combine a new Flightwire system with large red and black suede strips on the midfoot. The left tongue offers up one of Hachimura's logos, while the right tongue retains a standard Jumpman graphic. Using Red suede on the overlays on the lateral side while Black lands on the base. Other details includes Rui's logo on the left tongue while speckled detailing lands on the rubber outsole. Traditional Nike Air tags hang off each heel. Down below, midsoles evolve the Air Jordan 34's revolutionary Eclipse Plate technology, using what's dubbed an "Eclipse Plate 2.0" for maximum spring, stability and arch support.
This Air Jordan 35 comes dressed in a Challenge Red and Black color combination. Highlighted with Rui Hachimura's logo which is inspired by a samurai logo and designed by his mother to honor his family's name and warrior spirit on the court. Dubbed "Warrior," the latest iteration wears the traditional black and red color scheme that's synonymous with Michael Jordan's heyday in the NBA, but this pair was actually designed specifically for Washington Wizards forward Rui Hachimura.

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