Zion williamson unveils jordan 34's with a crazy dunk
Zion Williamson was in New York on Saturday and unveiled the new Air Jordan 34 sneaker. He also entertained the crowd by throwing down his signature windmill dunk on the Jumpman-branded court at the Dunlevy Milbank Center. Watch this crazy dunk in the video below.
Jordan Brand officially unveiled the latest Air Jordan yesterday with new Nike ambassadors Zion Williamson and Jayson Tatum. Designer Tate Kuerbis stripped away unneeded parts of the shoe to give the new Jordan 34 a boost in performance.
An example of this process can be seen on the thick Zoom midsole, where a big chunk has been taken out and an Eclipse Plate put in it’s place. Taken from the Air Jordan 28’s Flight Speed plate, the point of this design is to add spring to your step, just one aspect of this no restraint build. The herringbone outsole stays the same with the circular patterns ande Zoom cushioning.
The Air Jordan 34 will drop on September 25th in the legacy white/black/red and the energetic “Blue Void” for $175.