Sneakerheads and fans of Boston Celtics All-NBA forward Jayson Tatum had their interests converge at a Duke practice graced by the St. Louis native recently, with Tatum debuting a pair of Jordan Brand kicks while prepping for the 2022-23 NBA season at his alma mater per a tweet from ESPN sneaker expert Nick DePaula.
The Duke product showed off a pair of Air Jordan 37 Lows in a black and white colorway complete with black mesh paneling and blue-grey and red trim, the familiar Jumpman logo affixed to the heel and toe of the low-top sneaker he sported for the Nike brand.
Tatum is to get his own signature shoe line, the Jordan Tatum 1, in three distinct colorways (dubbed “Zoo,” “St. Louis,” and “Pink Lemonade” after a few personal favorites) with a planned release date sometime in summer 2023.
Jayson Tatum debuts the Air Jordan 37 Low during a workout at Duke 👀👀 pic.twitter.com/9idWtR1IUV
— Nick DePaula (@NickDePaula) September 14, 2022
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