The Air Jordan line can be simplified to one word — greatness.
Jordan Brand has been at the epicenter of basketball greatness. Dunks from the free throw line. Game 5 of the 1997 Finals. Back-to-back-to-back titles (not just once but twice).
The torch originally carried by his Airness has been passed down for nearly two decades. To no one’ surprise, the legacy of Jordan Brand continues to make its impact on the game of basketball.
Prior to Jordan Brand unveiling its 34th chapter, the Jordan Brand family grew exponentially. Zion Williamson, Rui Hachimura, Jayson Tatum, Kia Nurse and Asia Durr.
The Jumpman roster expanded in size and showed their commitment to the up and coming stars of the league. The younger, more energetic faces of Jordan Brand are an extension of the AJ34 commitment to what started it all off — basketball.
The Air Jordan 34 is all about the essentials of basketball.
The shoe is constructed with the necessities and nothing more. The foundation of the newest model is the Jordan Eclipse Plate which is formed by two Pebax pieces and a forefoot Zoom Air unit as it maximizes comfort and performance. With the upper of the shoe only having the necessities, it’s the lightest Jordan model to date (a size 9 weighs 13.1 ounces).
Take a look at the best iterations of the Air Jordan 34 below. Be sure to stay up to date with every pair to hit the hardwood over at Kicks On Court on Instagram.