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Air Jordan 36 Low Review

Air Jordan 36 Low

The Air Jordan 36 Low is similar to its high-cut counterpart. We still get the same comfortable performance we’ve come to know and love.

Colorway: Infrared 23/Black/White/Infrared 23

Release Date: May 25, 2022

Price: $165

Total Score
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The Air Jordan 36 Low is almost an identical shoe to the Air Jordan 36 but with a slightly lower collar height. All the tech specs were maintained, so you should be getting the same outstanding performance. There’s little to complain about with this release. We think that colorways will make or break the shoe. The high-top version has subtle design differences, but nothing that will affect your play on the court. We don’t think you’ll be disappointed if you’re planning to buy these for hooping or casual wear.

You can also check out the Air Jordan 36 Low at our Best Jordan Basketball Shoes, Best for Flat Feet, Best Low Tops, Most Comfortable, and Best for Shooting Guards lists.

What’s in the video?

In the video, Chris provides detailed information from all the usual categories, providing the in-depth information you need. He supplies expert-level opinions on the materials, cushioning, traction, support, and fit. Here’s some of what he discusses:

  • Different infrareds
  • Aggressive herringbone outsole
  • Good color combination
  • Lightweight Phylon midsole
  • Zoom Air Strobel with forefoot Zoom Air
  • LenoWeave upper
  • Felt panels
  • Possible pinky chaffing issues
  • Same insoles as Nike Kobe 6
  • Slight design differences
  • Sizing recommendations
  • Same performance for a cheaper price

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How to Buy the Air Jordan 36 Low

The Air Jordan 36 Low is available now for $165 at Nike.

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