As its moniker suggest, the basketball sneaker sports a vivid tone of University Blue, which is inspired by the colorway from the pantone standardized color reproduction system. Essentially covering the model’s leather upper, tongue, laces, mudguard and heel tab, the vibrant hue is offset by accents of black implemented on the rear, inner lining and tongue label.
All adhered atop a crisp white rubber sole unit, the sneaker is finished off with additional branding on the rear via an embroidered “23.” Find this pair at select JB and Nike accounts on June 11 for $170.
In the meantime, favorite our official Air Jordan 9 Low Pantone launch page now for additional release details and more.
I don’t hate how it looks in low-cut form, but I’d really prefer the model in its original form. The colorway isn’t for me, but it’s pretty appealing. This should get some attention.
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