The Air Jordan 36 Low gets the PE treatment, courtesy of CSC.
Tobey McIntosh founded his brand Crenshaw Skate Club in 2017 when he was only a teenager, originally making t-shirts for him and his friends to wear while they skated. Five years later, his rapidly growing brand has not only been seen on the shelves of Supreme LA and worn by Justin Bieber, but the growing list of collaborators includes BornXRaised, the Los Angeles Clippers, Lacoste, and now Jordan Brand.
The Air Jordan 36 Low PE “Tobey” is the founder’s opportunity to put his spin on a top-tier performance basketball sneaker. The colors and textures of the materials are reminiscent of the apartment buildings where McIntosh was raised. The tan Leno-Weave upper is sandwiched by layers of velvety brown textured material, tan TPU, and hairy brown suede.
Cement print pipes along the length of the eyelets and back into the heel. The top of the tongue is a cement-colored suede with “CSC” on the right shoe’s tongue, and the Jumpman Logo on the left. The midsole is layered in speckled tan and red, as the exposed shank plate is blue, with a stitched accent around the top eyelet and another blue accent on a small tab with the date “7.17.17” on the medial side of the sneaker.
As these are PE's, the Crenshaw Skate Club x Air Jordan 36 Low Tobey is not set to release at retail. If that changes, we will let you know. Keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App to stay up to date on future releases.
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