The 2021 New Air Jordan 35 limited to only 102 pairs | lm.ee

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 Air Jordan 35, First, the pair comes with Pale Ivory on the uppers while constructed with mesh and suede. Next, Black and Metallic Gold adorn the tongue, sides, heel label, and Eclipse plate. Sticking out, a pearlescent finish appears on the mid-foot plate, and a floral graphic covers the toe, tongue, liner, and insoles. A floral lining & insole combine with a Light Pink outsole & White midsole with Black detailing bringing things together. On the inside the tongue label, each pair is individually numbered out of 102 (we told you they were ultra-limited). The number 75 is found on the outer heel as a nod to the city's area code. The heel tags are donned with both the Nike Air logo, as well as Paris’ adopted nickname, Paname. Around the model, Gold Jumpan logos can be found, adding to the luxury with a Gold 23 at the base of the laces. Not to be missed, the Pale Ivory box is decorated with the same floral print mirroring the shoe's inners. Being that we mentioned the the shoe is limited to only 102 pairs, each pair will come with numbered inner tongue tags.

Jordan Release 2020, A "Pale Ivory" tone is used across the majority of the uppers, ranging from the Air Jordan 12-esque mudguards to the Flightwire-overlaid quarters, throats and toeboxes. Though these quarters are left unadorned, the throats and toeboxes equip faint, aristocratic floral patterns under their geometric overlays. This floral pattern also arrives in much more pronounced form on the collars and insoles. The number "75" is stamped on the lateral ankle, and "Panama" runs across the heel tab. Finally, each pair comes numbered, which lands on the inside of the tongue and the box features a floral print.
The DD3668-100 Air Jordan 35 Paris will come dressed in an official color scheme listed as Pale Ivory, Metallic Gold, and Black color scheme. Parisian-inspired details are featured throughout the shoe including the city's surname "Paname" printed on the heel tab as well as the city's area code "75" stamped on the heel counter. The shoe's standout detail is the tag behind the tongue confirming that only 102 pairs have been produced. Opting for a fairly tonal motif, details include a Pale Ivory upper constructed out of mesh and suede. Contrast is made with the help of the Black and Metallic Gold hits noted on the tongue, heel tags, and Eclipse plate. Arriving in a luxuriously light-toned model, the body of the upper has suede panels dipped in a Pale Ivory. The Eclipse Plate 2.0, arguably the shoe's stand-out feature, has a beautiful pearlescent finish to it providing instant luxe feeling. The Metallic Gold Kurim cage around the White Flightwire adds to this feeling along with the Pale Ivory foam collar. Flat Ivory Laces with Black stippling make their way up a Kurim detailed tongue (which also continues onto the toe).

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