A First Look at the Jordan Jumpman Diamond Low



After first reporting one of Jordan Brand’s newest performance basketball shoes for their Summer 2019 line-up, we give you your first look at the Jordan Jumpman Diamond Low.

We reported on the mid-cut Diamond, but now we have the first appearance of the lows.

JB’s newest team model arrives sported in a what appears to be a herringbone sole, a likely full-length Phylon foam midsole, TPU heel caging that goes from the midfoot to cover the majority of the heel, and a textile mesh, with a canvas rear panel. Finishing off the shoes is a standard lacing enclosure. No word on whether or not there will be Zoom Air featured, but it may be a possibility if these are $125.

This colorway of sports a white aesthetic throughout the entire shoe, while accents of gold can be seen at the tongue, midsole, and other hard-to-see areas. Finishing it off are red Jumpman logos stamped onto the insoles, and at the forefoot of the kicks.

For release information on these kicks, click here. Expect these to arrive this Summer for $125. Let us know what you think in the comments below.



h/t: US11.


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