The Air Jordan 35 Dynasties is the epitome of what the silhouette is capable of as the colorway is inspired by Beijing’s Forbidden City as it celebrates its 600th year of completion. The shoe features an etched upper dressed in yellow and black as red details and a jade outsole also accompany the pair. The Red city walls, pillars and palace gates symbolize good luck and good luck, while the Yellow tiled roof symbolizes imperial power and respect for the emperor. On top of that the ankle collars and throat come swathed identically with black exteriors, while supportive accents of red sprinkle to the branded tabs and teals coat the entire outsole to represent good fortune. Meanwhile, iridescent pieces connect the aforementioned forefoot and heel overlays, while black is used for contrast on the toebox, under the Flightwire and on the Air Jordan 5-inspired tongue and collar.