Air Jordan 34
There is no critics consensus for this shoe.
The AJ XXXIV comes in a transition stage for Jordan Brand, with veteran signature stars like Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul in the sunset of their careers, while newcomers like Zion Williamson and Jayson Tatum are on their way up.
The shoe itself straddles the line between old and now. It is the lightest Air Jordan ever, tipping the scales at 13.08 ounces, and it also jettisons the laceless FastFit system from the 33. Technology-wise, the 34 introduces the Jordan Eclipse Plate, which includes a massive Zoom Air unit in the forefoot as well as two Pebax pieces surrounding the cushioning. The shoe’s upper is a highly breathable mesh, and the aesthetics of the shoe take some cues from both the AJ 4 and 11s.