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Air Jordan 37 and 37 Low Performance Review

Air Jordan 37

The Air Jordan 37 is a potential beast on the court with multiple changes from previous models. Aesthetically, though, they aren’t for everyone.

Colorway: White/True Red-Light Silver-Black-Citrus

Release Date: September 29, 2022

Price (Regular version): $185

Price (Low): $175

Michael Jordan wore the Air Jordan 7 when he joined the Dream Team in Barcelona for the 1992 Summer Olympics. They went on to win the gold beating their opponents by an average of 43.8 points per game, thus solidifying them as the most remarkable basketball team of all time. About 30 years since then, the Air Jordan 37 comes with nods to that 90s basketball shoe. Plus, everything you’d expect a top-tier Jordan Brand performer to have is here.

First Impressions Videos


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:

  • Slightly fancy packaging
  • Fingerprint-like pattern
  • Stiff carbon fiber shank plate
  • For flight and jumping?
  • EVA midsole with double-stacked Zoom Air
  • Thick Ortholite insole
  • No tech sheet or card
  • Caged Formula 23 in the heel
  • Lightweight Lenoweave upper
  • Extended collar height
  • Awesome neoprene ankle pillows
  • Air Jordan 7-inspired tongue
  • Pull tab missed opportunity
  • Sizing recommendations

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How to Buy the Air Jordan 37 and Air Jordan 37 Low

The Air Jordan 37 is available now for $185 at Nike. The Air Jordan 37 Low is available for $175 at Nike.

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