The much anticipated Air Jordan 34 Low is now available. Does it continue the performance legacy of the Air Jordan 34 and the Air Jordan 34 SE? You’ll have to watch Chris’ detailed look and review to find out.
Nowadays, a lot of basketball players prefer low tops. The late Kobe Bryant changed the way many people thought about low tops with his fantastic Nike Kobe 4 and all the Kobe signature models that followed. Today, you’ll often see more low tops than high tops on the court.
But low tops were always a thing. Even Michael Jordan liked to hoop in low tops, He mythically switched to the low top versions of his shoes for the second halves of games. Owing to Jordan’s storied taste for the low top versions of his shoes, the Jordan line has released a low top version of its premiere model for many years now. Sometimes, the low version was even better than the high top version (Jordan 32 we’re looking at you).
So, is the Jordan 34 Low better or equal to the Jordan 34 and Jordan 34 SE? Watch the video to get Chris’ thoughts. A full performance review is coming just as soon as gyms open again for basketball 🤞.