For Jordan Shoes Sale UK, Although Zion has barely played in 100 NBA and NCAA games, the lore around the number-one pick has many volumes. In the chapter titled Sneakers, we can’t help but recall that time at Duke he literally burst from a pair of Nike PG 2.5s, leaving the entire city of Beaverton holding their breath while the Swoosh stock took a momentary stumble. Today, Jordan Brand officially announces the first signature shoe of this current generation of star athletes. Officially called the Jordan Zion 1, this new model boasts a full-length Air strobel, minimizing excess while maximizing cushion coverage of the foot.
This Jordan Zion 1 ZNA comes dressed in a Blue Void, Fierce Purple, Indigo Haze, and Bright Crimson color combination. The Jordan Zion 1 speaks to the duality of Williamson’s game: powerful and graceful; understated and dominant; and strong and smooth. While seemingly at odds, these qualities have led the North Carolina-native to become one of the most prominent “position-less” players of the last two years; there’s no doubt Williamson can score using brute force, but he’s displayed flashes of finesse on a regular-enough basis that his game can’t be boxed in. The Zion 1‘s textile and synthetic construction is not only animated the “Bright Crimson” at the base and top of the tongue, but also via the speckling found from vamp to heel. This detail and the opaque tread underfoot indulge in glow-in-the-dark capabilities rooted in the doubleness of Williamson’s on-court performances.
This Jordan Zion 1 Marion comes dressed in a White, Hyper Pink, Dark Beetroot, and Metallic Silver color combination.In terms of construction, the Jordan Zion 1 comes equipped with a full-length Air Strobel and Zoom Air unit underneath the forefoot for energy-returning stability. Elsewhere, a forefoot band and re-engineered traction pattern provide a secure and responsive feel on the court.
“We knew that one of Zion’s main inspirations for the look of the shoe was superhero armor,” explains Vianney de Montgolfier, Senior Footwear Designer, Jordan Sport. “When we thought about an icon or symbol that could clearly draw out the shoe’s benefits, the “Z” made perfect sense to us.”