Why you need the Jordan Aerospace 720 in “Particle Grey”

Posted: 2 January 2020 9:46 am


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Find out when and where you can buy the Aerospace 720 in "Particle Grey".

Start off the new year the right way... with a brand new pair of kicks. If you're into the Aerospace 820 silhouette, just wait until you see this unique colourway.

The Aerospace 720 in "Particle Grey" is not a new colour, but the interesting accents are what makes it so special.

Release date: 1 January 2020. Keep in mind that this is a US release date, so while they may be available now overseas, it will take a few weeks for them to reach Aussie stores.

Price: US$200

Where to buy: Nike. You can also shop the brand from retailers like JD Sports, Platypus Shoes and Hype DC.

The soft grey shade is dressed in a ripstop fabric, with a wavy stitched toe-box seam on the base layer. The construction consists of a half circle appearing in a sporty grey mesh on the midfoot, separated by thick black leather trim to really give the shoe some dimension.

A feature we're obsessed with? Definitely the light tan accents as these really help the design pop. Jordan branding is kept to a minimum; all we can spot is the "Aerospace 720" text on the collar, as well as the signature Jumpman logos on the tongue. To provide you with some height and support, you also get a full-foot Air Max unit that arrives in clear construction with a white/black midsole.

For more, you can head on over and check out Finder's dedicated Nike hub. It's got everything you need to know, including the latest sneaker drops, release dates and all the top deals.

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