NBA Playoffs 2019-20 contenders the likes of Jayson Tatum and Kemba Walker have sported the vibrant pair throughout the month, but now its ready to allow hoopers around the world to test out the Eclipse Plate 2.0 for themselves. Building upon the design of the Air Jordan 34, this debut Air Jordan 35 “Center of Gravity” colorway pays homage to the original Air Jordan 5 on its 30 year anniversary of defying the game. Featuring a grey suede upper, black mesh covers the forefoot and side paneling while allowing hints of blue to poke throughout. Iridescent overlays are also placed in for futuristic effects while blue covers the tongue. Different colors are also used throughout the sneaker with orange painting the lace eyelets, red on the Jumpman tongue branding, and accents of Volt throughout the lacing system and heel tab. The sneaker is then completed with the new and improved Eclipse plate that opts for metallic blue and solar red which also covers the vibrant rubber outsole. For someone who consistently defied gravity, the gravitational pull of His Airness’ effect on the game has always been felt. Helping to center your gravity when you’re on the court and defy it when you take flight, the “Center of Gravity” colorway represents what it takes to control the game.