While the performance basketball category isn’t the powerhouse and culture-mover like it used to be, the Air Jordan 35 has seemingly broken through those shifts. It’s also served as inspiration for many custom kicks over the years, too. But since the 2013 releases, we’ve rarely seen anything replicated from Jordan Brand — perhaps the Sequoia Air Jordan 8 the closest we’ve gotten. But fresh new images of an Air Jordan 35 “Fear” (All-Star) appearing today has.
This Air Jordan 35 comes constructed with Grey suede on the overlays while quilt-stitching lands on the ankle collars. Black contrasts the lighter monochrome color, appearing across the tongue and streamlining down the throat. Additional details include eye-catching infrared hits on the tongue’s Jumpman logo as well as on the Nike Air branding at the heel. Orange contrasting accents on the branded areas including the “Nike Air” tags in the rear atop a Cool Grey Eclipse plate at the midfoot and translucent outsole completes the design.
The Air Jordan 35 “All-Star” will likely release April 8th on New Jordan 2020. For all of your Jumpman updates, keep it locked to our release dates page.