Air Jordan 35 ‘Dynasties’ DD3044-700

$136.95

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SKU: DD3044-700 Categories: , Tag:

Description

The Air Jordan 35 ??Dynasties?? celebrate the 600th anniversary of the Forbidden City, an imperial palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties, located in the center of Beijing. The sneaker??s design takes inspiration from the architecture of the palace complex, featuring suede overlays inspired by yellow tiled roofs and red accents that give the nod to crimson pillars, doors and windows. The sneaker??s signature Eclipse plate is rendered in a glossy black finish, separating the yellow midsole and translucent jade outsole.

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size

(M)US10.5/EUR44.5, (M)US10/EUR44, (M)US11/EUR45, (M)US7.5/EUR40.5, (M)US7/EUR40, (M)US8.5/EUR42, (M)US8/EUR41, (M)US9.5/EUR43, (M)US9/EUR42.5, (W)US5.5/EUR36, (W)US6.5/EUR37.5, (W)US6/EUR36.5, (W)US7.5/EUR38.5, (W)US7/EUR38, (W)US8.5/EUR40, (W)US8/EUR39

Washing Instructions

If you love your assets and want to keep them happy, here are the proper steps to take…
WASHING:
Always wash your whites and darks separately.
Wash with cold to warm water, not hot.
Machine wash on the delicate cycle.
DRYING:
BEST: Air dry in the shade. Yes, seriously.
IN A JAM?:Tumble dry on the cool to warm fluffing cycle and remove immediately after.
COMMON MISTAKES IN UNDERWEAR CARE:
HIGH HEAT: Baking (literally) your underwear at super high temperatures causes the elastic and fabric to degrade at a much faster rate
DIRECT SUNLIGHT: Sunlight, as good as it is, is a significant contributing factor to color fading and to the degradation of the elastic and fabric
FABRIC SOFTENER & BLEACH: While these were great on your old tighty-whities, modern materials, and fabrics do not need them to maintain that silky smooth feel
OVERAGGRESSIVE WASHING: Your time is valuable, we get that. But tossing your delicates (yes, we used that word) in with your jeans, towels and other rough fabrics can reduce the lifespan of your underwear. And washing on too harsh of a wash cycle can cause lint pills to develop. .