"Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen." -
The AJ28 brought back the sequential numbering system, and continued its radical aesthetic via an ankle-hugging zippered cover. New JB signing Russell Westbrook championed the model.
Air Jordan 34 (2019)
The AJ34 reprised the Flight status espoused by the AJ4 by being one of the lightest Jordans ever. It cut weight with its Eclipse Plate and Zoom Air cushioning.
Air Jordan 36 (2021)
Nike’s Zoom Air Strobel system sits at the core of the AJ36, delivering full-length cushioning and maximum responsiveness. It’s been one of the most popular modern Jordans.
Air Jordan 38 (2023)
The AJ38’s new forefoot X-Plate keeps the foot located over the full-length Zoom Strobel and Cushlon 3.0 midsole. It is also reportedly the most sustainable Air Jordan yet, using at least 20 per cent recycled material by weight.