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Base model: Jordan Eclipse
Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Jordan Eclipse
Price: $110
Colorways: Black, Grey, Multi, Red, White
Special editions: 2 special editions
Size
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Only available in men’s sizes, the Jordan Eclipse Leather features a roomy interior with thinly padded lining. The round lacing keeps the feet on a secure lockdown while a pull tab on the tongue aims for a quick on and off. Available sizes range from size 6 to 16 with half-sizes in between for a precise fit.

The smooth silhouette of this off-court model from Air Jordan brings a new lifestyle silhouette to the Jumpman brand. Its minimalist design with luxurious perforated leather upper is merged with a lightweight sole for all-day comfort.

As in most off-court kicks from the Air Jordan brand, the design keeps the aesthetics simple with only a few signature Jumpman detailing at the tongue and back heel. The lifestyle sneaker matches well with clothing meant for daily commutes in the metro to casual hanging out with your mates in pubs after work. These well-constructed low-top sneaker pairs well with regular jeans and a loose fitting shirt as it comes as a casual footwear style with no frills but only the bare necessities.

Most prominent in the overall design of the Jordan Eclipse Leather is the encapsulated Air-Sole unit at the heel that provides cushioning, impact absorption, and lightweight strides. The premium leather material is smooth and durable making this laid-back silhouette, and everyday must have.

Making its Debut in Summer of 2015, the Jordan Eclipse is a follow-up to the fashionable off-court sneakers released by the brand like the Air Jordan Future. The shoe was first retailed at $110 per pair and has been dubbed as a commuter shoe as the lifestyle kick strays away from the often purely basketball design of most Air Jordan kicks.

 While the Jordan Eclipse remains as basketball-inspired, it is a lightweight sneaker option especially during the summer months as its breathable materials help keep the feet ventilated that others compare its design to the famous Nike Roshe Run.

In October 2015, the Jordan brand released the Jordan Eclipse Leather City Pack focusing on three cities namely Paris, London, and Berlin. The shoe had country flags on the sole as well as PAR, LDN, and BLN stitched at the pull tab to add to the overall look.

The Jordan Eclipse Leather was recently reissued to include a smooth suede leather upper and a flexible midsole and outsole combination with a deconstructed look. Continuing the Air Jordan legacy in this off-court kick design is the encapsulated Air-Sole unit at the heel with a plush sockliner for a cushioned comfort making daily commutes and walks around the city a comfortable experience.

  • Premium leather material with a breathable mesh tongue.
  • The Jordan Eclipse Leather retails at $110.
  • Pull tab at tongue aims for quick on and off.
  • Herringbone pattern rubber outsole for traction and on-court flexibility.
  • Signature Jumpman logo at pull tab, and back heel.
  • The Jordan Eclipse Leather sneaker was also issued as Jordan Eclipse Leather City Pack in October 2015 featuring symbols representing London, Berlin, and Paris.

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Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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