The Air Jordan 34 Low To Release In Multiple New Colorways

The Air Jordan 34 Low to release in multiple new colorways.

Original Posting (01/08/2020): The thirty fourth flagship Air Jordan model has not disappointedbeing praised for its on court performance, as well as releasing in a plethora of great colorways. Newly endorsed Jordan Brand superstar, Luka Dončić, has debuted the Air Jordan 34 Low.

The Air Jordan 34 Low doesn’t appear to change much in comparison to its high top counterpart. The only change appears to be the ankle collar height and an addition of a synthetic toe cap. Aside from those minor tweaks, everything else appears to remain the same, with the textile upper, wired lacing enclosure, a foam midsole encasing a forefoot Zoom Air bag, a midfoot Eclipse plate, and a multi-directional herringbone outsole.

Let us know what you think on what is rumored to be the Air Jordan 34 Low in the comments below. Keep it locked here as more updates arrive, and be sure to check out the Air Jordan 34 SE fearing zippers, here.

UPDATE: The Air Jordan 34 Low QS ‘Regency’ has surfaced. Click here to check out more details on this upcoming release.

UPDATE (04/07/2020): New colorways of the Air Jordan 34 Low have surfaced in official photos. Stay tuned as we learn more about the release of the forthcoming colorways below in the near future.

Air Jordan 34 Low ‘Guo Ailun’.
Air Jordan 34 Low ‘Crispy’. “The shoes are mainly in pure white, with silver and black details on the upper, and bright green embellishment to inject vitality into the entire pair of shoes, bringing a refreshing touch in the hot summer.”

Air Jordan 34 Low ‘Heritage’
Color: Black/Metallic Silver-White-Red Orbit
Style Code: CU3473-001
Release Date: Thursday, May 7th, 2020

Air Jordan 34 Low ‘Heritage’. Inspired by the Chicago Bulls’ black striped away jersey, it uses a black upper with a white sole and is embellished with red representing the Bulls, recreating the style of the 1990s.
Air Jordan 34 Low ‘Print’. “The fusion of innovation and classics, the classic print patterns on the past Air Jordan shoes are mounted on the Air Jordan XXXIV Low , which pays tribute to the classics and shows more vitality.”
Air Jordan 34 Low ‘Halftone’. “Inspired by American-style comics, the polka dot elements throughout the shoe body make the color scheme full of passion while giving it trendy attributes.”

UPDATE (03/27/2020): DJ Khaled has unveiled a new colorway of the upcoming Air Jordan 34 Low. Check out the full article here.

UPDATE (03/03/2020): The Air Jordan 34 Low will be releasing in multiple new colorways in April, May, and June, as per this Champs Sports retail release list, courtesy of NikeTalk user 23mj88. Stay tuned as we learn more about the upcoming release of the Air Jordan 34 Low.

UPDATE (02/23/2020): Official photos of the Air Jordan 34 Low ‘Cement’ have been unveiled. Stay tuned for further updates as we learn more about this possible release. As of now though, there is no release date.

UPDATE (02/20/2020): The Air Jordan 34 Low has surfaced in a new colorway, inspired by Guo Ailun. Check it out here.

UPDATE (02/16/2020): Following the first on-court look, new colorways of the upcoming Air Jordan 34 Low have debuted during the NBA All Star weekend. Stay tuned as we update this posting with new photos of the shoe throughout the rest of the weekend.

Check out the recently debuted Air Jordan 34 ‘Cement’, as well as the Air Jordan 34 SE ‘Cement’.

Photo by Jeff Haynes/NBAE via Getty Images.
h/t: VizionZByag.

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4 comments on “The Air Jordan 34 Low To Release In Multiple New Colorways

  1. So dope in a low cut! Are these going to release?

    • Nick Montesano

      Yes, they will be releasing. Likely in the Spring. We will keep you posted.

  2. Their aite like colors

  3. I wonder how much they would cost probably 180 or less than that

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