The Air Jordan 36, following a string of athlete-designed colorways, is ready to turn civilian, soon to offer a luxurious colorway rife with pops of gold. the majority of the upper is kept a bright white. Throughout the somewhat sheer mesh panels and robust leather overlays, the shade comes through polished and pristine, matching the class of the gilded lace shield, the midsole stripe, and the topmost eyelet. Moreover, the insole subverts this versatility, opting for all-over print that’s ostensibly inspired by modern art.
As you can see, this Air Jordan 36 Luka PE features a Dallas Mavericks color combination consisting of Blue, White, and Green. On the left shoe, we have Luka’s ‘LD77’ logo and the Jumpman on the right. Finishing the look, we have a White speckled midsole and a translucent outsole.The throats split between the Jumpman logo on the right shoe and Dončić’s new insignia that reimagines his “LD” initials and “77” uniform number, both of which stand out in white. Midsoles are predominantly decorated with white backgrounds and black speckles, but come paired with a minty teal mold.
This Air Jordan 1 Mid Electro Orange is somewhat reminiscent of the “Syracuse” Nike Dunks that released earlier in the year. The overlays and ankle flaps are dyed with “Electro Orange” hue, and comes balanced out with crisp white that fill in the toe boxes, tongues, collars and mid-foot. Swooshes are also executed in white and come bordered with broken up stitching thats colored with its nominal shade. Smaller notes of black also get brought to the table and drop off on the Jumpman tongue logos and ball-and-wings embellishments. Down under, the bottoms are formed with colorless midsoles and a full “Electro Orange” outsole.