Nike Air Jordan 34 Chinese New Year sneakers: Release date

Posted: 27 December 2019 10:05 am
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Nike Air Jordan 34 Chinese New Year sneakers

Nike is bringing the festive spirit to the court with this special edition pair of kicks.

Having already announced a pair of Air Max 1s to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year, Nike has now revealed another silhouette to ring in the celebrations. This time, the design takes on the Air Jordan 34 model and will drop first in the US from 1 February.

Release date: 1 February 2020 (US)

Price: US$180

Where to buy: Nike, Eastbay

The kicks will appear first on both the US Nike site and Eastbay, though we should be seeing them arrive in Australia shortly after. When they do land, they'll be available from the Australian Nike site. There's no word yet if they'll be available through other Nike stockists.

The style arrives in a black, white and silver upper paired with bright pops of Digital Pink detailing on the heels. A tiled pattern appears on the white panelling, adding a further eye-catching element.

Black lacing and Jumpman logos on both the tongue tab and heel meanwhile round out the design.

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If the Air Jordan 34s aren't quite your style, the Air Max 1 iteration might be more your speed. The Chinese New Year edition sees a pink leather and black suede upper with vibrant gold and blue detailing. A mythical winged horse takes pride of place on the heels, while a plastic Nike logo and Swoosh hangs from the laces.

While a release date is yet to be announced, we do know that you'll be able to shop the pair first from the Nike site.

Nike isn't the only one getting in the festive spirit this year either, with adidas having previously announced an entire Chinese New Year collection. Six embroidered Ultra Boost sneakers will arrive on the adidas site from January.

For more Nike news and release dates, you can check out our Nike hub.

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