Last updated on February 16th, 2024
The design team at Jordan Brand never shies away from blending the past with the present when it comes to their contemporary products. This is evident in their latest release, the Air Jordan 38 Player Exclusive, which made its debut right before the start of the new year.
The Air Jordan 38 draws inspiration from its predecessor, the Air Jordan 8, which was released thirty years ago. Jordan Brand has released the current flagship game shoe in various appealing color schemes reminiscent of the AJ8, such as the recently unveiled Air Jordan 38 "Bugs Bunny".
The newly launched PE showcases the iconic "Playoffs" colorway, featuring a sleek black nubuck upper and a striking pattern on the midsole. The stylized "23" logo, typically found on the mid-foot cross-straps of the 1993 model, is now prominently displayed on the forefoot.
In a recent NBA game, Brandon Ingram, an athlete endorsed by Jordan Brand, showcased the sneakers on the court. However, we now have the opportunity to examine them in greater detail through the lens of photographer @uninstructedvision, who has previously captured images for Jordan Brand.