Dressed in various synthetic white and grey shades, the design features semi-translucent quarter panels that reveal a volt insole. The difference in height between the AJ34 Low and its high-top counterpart isn’t extreme, but the Low separates itself with more padding around the collar. Elongated eyestays, tongues and heel tabs point skyward, with a lion’s share of the branding arriving via metallic silver Jumpman graphics on heel and tongue alike. Small pops of black on the eyelets, trim and forefoot offer a touch of dark contrast.
Down below, white Eclipse Plate technology provides a responsive, explosive court feel. This TPU structure encases a neon Zoom Air bag in the forefoot, somewhat reminiscent of the style used on the Air Jordan 34 “Black Cat” — another tonal makeup with bright neon embellishments. White outsoles with iridescent and volt accents alike complete the look.