Born in Toyama, Japan in 1998, son of Beninese and Japanese, Rui Hachimura he is proud of his Japanese heritage. For this reason, he launched this month the Air Jordan 37 Siren Red, with notable details of oriental culture.
Hachimura is close to facing his fourth season in the NBA, with the Washington Wizards, with an average of 13 points per game, with 3.8 rebounds and 1.1 assists. He became the first Japanese national selected in the first round of the league Draft, joining the Jordan Brand in 2019.
Since then, as you remember hypebeast, There are several iterations that have been presented with their colors, based on the Air Jordan 1 Low 1, 8 and 36 silhouettes, among others.
It’s the turn of the Air Jordan 37, opting for a Siren Red colourway.
The most outstanding features of the Air Jordan 37 Siren Red by Rui Hachimura
The Air Jordan 37 Siren Red by Rui Hachimura They have a Lenoweave upper, with red as the predominant color: it is on the neck, fenders and heel counter in a metallic finish.
While Formula 23 cushioning appears in the off-white midsole, along with a visible carbon fiber midfoot shank and Zoom Air strobe unit.
The Hachimura logo is on the tongue and on the Japanese-style insole, while the traditional Jumpman and Michael Jordan’s signature are located on the back.
Although there is no specific release date yet for the Air Jordan 37 Siren Red, the shoe could be on sale this holiday season, according to Hypebeast. The price is $205, and it would be found both on the official Nike website and at select Jordan Brand retailers.