Shop Air Jordan Basketball Shoes, will release a reflexology-inspired Air Jordan 35 Low. Reflexology, also known as Zone Therapy, is an alternative medical practice involving the application of pressure to specific points on the feet and hands. Seemingly drawing from reflexology’s colorful foot charts, diagrams that purport to show what areas of the foot affect different parts of the body, these low-cut Air Jordan 35s are awash in vibrant colors. Differing from the other performance silhouettes, this specific pair reflects the colors of the zone therapy chart. Zone therapy is a medicine practice that focuses on hand and foot pressure points, and its corresponding chart displays various colors indicating various structures of the specific body part. As such, bright colors are seen across the low-cut silhouette that is ready for on-court play.
This low-top Air Jordan 35 comes highlighted in a Multi-Color color combination which is a tribute to the zone therapy color chart. First, we have Bright Red mesh across the base while suede in Aqua and Blue lands on the overlays on the lateral side while Orange and Pink appear on the medial side. This infrared carries over to the toebox and continues on the shoe’s medial quarter, where it’s met by sport blue Flightwire, pastel orange eyestays and a chalky pink heel piece. Don’t count out Jordan Brand though, as the brand has strived to create their own breakthroughs in ensuring maximum foot comfort and protection.
New Jordans, We’ve seen 30-year-old inspiration hit Air Jordans 31-thru-35, each taking in select elements from their respective anniversary sneaker. This year’s Air Jordan 35 tackled the iconic Air Jordan 5, incorporating elements like the tongue and midfoot mesh into its ultra-futuristic design. Eclipse plates at the midfoot nod the inspiring pair’s forefoot teeth, while black branding found at the AJ5’s tongue has now migrated underfoot. Completing the design is the inclusion of a perforated leather panel in the rear, a tacked-on Nike Air heel tag, and thick-cut tongue pulls. Finally, a yellow Eclipse plate followed by Kanji symbols on the heels and multicolored graphic insoles that replicate the foot chart tops off the design.

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