Jordan Eclipse

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Jordan Brand continues to develop its line of off the court sneakers as the brand’s overall popularity continues to rise. The Jordan Eclipse is the latest and greatest silhouette to rock the iconic Jumpman trademark.

Setting out with the the goal to build a forward thinking, lightweight shoe designed for hot, sunny days, Jordan Brand came up with this gem. The sneaker was inspired by the beloved Air Jordan 3 (which is obvious in both the shape and heel Jumpman branding on the heel). The shoes look a lot like a Jumpman version of the Nike Roshe Run, and feature a deconstructed textile upper that is both lightweight and breathable. On the bottom end, Jordan brand has implemented an encapsulated Zoom Air bag unit in the heel along with an ultra sticky herringbone pattern on the outsole for maximum traction. The shoe will be released on April 1st, and will be available in blue, white and black, with many more colorways on the way. [Purchase]

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