Jordin Canada has always been one to leave an impact both on and off the court. This sentiment rings true with the reveal of her latest exclusive sneaker, the Air Jordan 38 "ART" PE. This particular pair stands out for its aesthetics and the meaningful cause it supports — the Ronald McDonald House LA.
Taking a closer look, the Jordin Canada's Air Jordan 38 exudes a sense of artistry and flair as children at the Ronald McDonald House LA created portions of the design. Dominated by a pristine white base, the sneaker is infused with multi-color accents. A vivid red traces the midfoot panel, weaving its way through a spectrum of colors that adorn the textile portions around the collar. The iconic Jumpman logo on the tongue gets the special treatment as a gradient of hues is present on the right pair and an avant-garde art piece on the left. The interior showcases a radiant yellow sockliner. The heel's embroidered Jumpman stands out, featuring mismatched multi-colored threads on each shoe. A heartwarming touch is found inside the tongue, where the Ronald McDonald House branding has been thoughtfully placed. What truly sets this sneaker apart is its philanthropic initiative. Only four pairs will be available and auctioned off, with the proceeds supporting the Ronald McDonald House LA.
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