The latest colorway of the Air Jordan 37 Low comes with a little bit of nostalgic inspiration that we’re sure 80’s babies will appreciate. Dropping in the coming months, here is a first look at the Air Jordan 37 Low Nothing But Net.
The “Nothing But Net” colorway of the Air Jordan 37 Low gets its inspiration from the timeless outfit that Jordan wore during an original McDonalds commercial for the Air Jordan 7 way back in 1992. This commercial also starred Larry Bird and highlighted one of Michael Jordan’s shots as “Nothing But Net.” Hence the name of the nickname sneaker. Done in a Black, White, University Red, Bright Concord, Soar, and Laser Orange color scheme, the sneaker is detailed with the “Nothing But Net” print on the tongues. Finishing details include a White rubber sole alongside a multicolored outsole.
Retailing for $175, look for the Air Jordan 37 Low Nothing But Net to release on May 4th at select retailers and possibly on Nike.com. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Air Jordan 37 Low Nothing But Net.
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UPDATE (4/25): Check out official images of the Air Jordan 37 Low “Nothing But Net” which is expected to to release on May 4th.
UPDATE (4/11): According to Finish Line’s release calendar, the Air Jordan 37 Low Nothing But Net is set to release on May 4th for the retail price of $175.