Air Jordan 35 Release Dates

The Air Jordan 35 was released in 2020 and was led by Tate Kuerbis. Kuerbis’ design team followed in what made the Air Jordan 34 successful— the carved midsole and eclipse plate— and brought upgrades to the Air Jordan 35. Notable upgrades included the Eclipse Plate 2.0 and introduction of Zoom Air in the heel and forefoot. The Air Jordan 35 pulls inspiration from the Air Jordan 5 with a modernized Air Jordan 5 inspired tongue. Check out the “Fire Red”, “Bayou Boys”, “Quai 54” Air Jordan 35 and more here.

In 2020, the Air Jordan 35 (XXXV) was released, pushing the boundaries of performance and style in the basketball shoe landscape. Designed by Tate Kuerbis, the shoe integrated high-performance technology while taking design cues from the Air Jordan 5, most noticeably with its tongue and molded foam collar.

The AJ 35 debuted with the "Center of Gravity" colorway, followed by others like the "DNA" and the "Fire Red." Performance-wise, the shoe featured the updated Eclipse Plate 2.0, delivering optimal stability and responsiveness. The sneaker's dynamic design was quickly embraced by both professional athletes and streetwear enthusiasts alike.

Notable collaborations for the AJ 35 include an edition with fragment design and a PE with the Bayou Boys, highlighting the model's versatility and wide appeal.

The Air Jordan 35 was initially priced at $180, and today's price is $200 for mens, $165 for GS, $100 for PS, and $80 for TD. Explore the Air Jordan 35 range on Sole Retriever today!

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