Featuring a rather unique midsole design

Jordan Brand continues to push for innovation with performance basketball footwear through the Air Jordan 34. At first glance, this first thing you will notice is the gaping hole in the midsole, which Jordan brand explains that it is part of removing unnecessary parts on the shoe.

Speaking of the cushioning, you get a thick Zoom cushioning in the forefoot and heel area paired with a new tech called Eclipse Plate. An evolution of the Air Jordan 28’s Flight Speed plate, the Eclipse plate aims to deliver piston-like springiness while not adding any additional weight to the sneaker. A traditional herringbone traction pattern adorns the outsole for that extra grip.

The design makes it the lightest Air Jordan sneaker to date, tipping the scales at 13.1 oz for a mens’ size 9.


The Air Jordan 34 will drop on September 24 for $175 (~Php 9k).


Duey Guison

Duey Guison

While he is a tech writer, sneakers is his main passion.