Jordan Brand's high-performance Air Jordan 34 Low has released in a new "Regency Purple" colorway. Although the low-cut Air Jordan 34 is and has always been a potent performance silhouette, this "Regency Purple" makeup offers a look that veers strongly towards the lifestyle side of the spectrum thanks to its vivid colorblocking and bold patterns.

The "Regency Purple" shade that this Air Jordan draws its name from is present on the collar, throat and tongue — so dark in tone that it almost looks like navy blue. Quarter panels are translucent, but under their TPE outer sheath sits an island-style print that mixes blue and green tones. This contrasts with the toebox's print, a jagged mixture of more "Regency Purple" and "Rage Green" reminiscent of the bold apparel that often accompanies Air Jordan 7 releases. Air Jordan 3-style elephant print is served up in a vibrant mixture of light ocean blue and volt green on the heel.

Branded embellishments on tongues and heels are offered in bright red and green tones, with the speckled midsole taking on a green-to-blue gradient fade. Final pops of navy appear on the midsole's forefoot and signature Zoom Air-equipped Eclipse Plate, with an abstract, marbled outsole completing the look.

The Air Jordan 34 Low "Regency Purple" is available now on the Nike webstore, and retails for $165 USD.

For more colorful Jordan Brand releases, check out Russell Westbrook's Super Soaker-themed Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 "Splash Zone."

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