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September 15, 2022
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Jayson Tatum Debuts The Air Jordan 37 Low

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Jordan Brand’s latest performance basketball model will be coming in low-top form.

Jayson Tatum Rocking A Pair Of Air Jordan 37 Lows

Although we have to wait until next year for Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum’s signature silhouette with Jordan Brand, he is still being spotted rocking unreleased Jordans and PEs alike. During a recent workout at his alma mater Duke University’s gym, the public was able to catch a glimpse of yet another sneaker yet to see the light of day, the Air Jordan 37 Low.

With the high-top version of the AJ 37 is already set for a big run, this low-top version appears to keep the same shape and tech in a scaled-down version. This particular colorway comes in a simple makeup of black, white, and grey across the upper with accenting pink hits appearing on the sockliner. Unlike the high-top, the Leno-Weave upper is only present on a small portion of the toe and quarter panel, instead, using leather overlays in its place. Jumpman branding remains in the same spots with the tongue, heel, and medial side hosting a mini logo on the sidewall of the toe. Underfoot, the white midsole comes cushioned with a full-length Zoom Strobel unit while the rubber outsole in its AJ 7-inspired design gets covered in black and white.

The Air Jordan 37 Low is set to release in the Spring of 2023 through Nike and select Jordan Brand retailers online and in-store. Coming in men's sizing, the retail price is set at $175. Check out our Jordan release calendar, and keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App for more updates on this upcoming low-top version of the AJ 37 and more.

Images via dukembb

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