It would not be wrong to state that the Jordan Future was quite triumphant in its debut last year as Jordan Brand’s latest lifestyle sneaker at the time. It should not seem surprising that Jordan Brand decided to take advantage of that and introduced another lifestyle model, aiming for a similar result. Thus, one of the February Jordan release dates 2015 marked the retail debut of the Nike Roshe-inspired Jordan Eclipse that was showcased in multiple colorways, many sporting the Cement/Elephant print.
Until now, most of the colorways of the Jordan Eclipse that have hit the shelves were relatively subtle to say the least, in terms of their color palette and patterns. However, this Jordan Eclipse rendition looks absolutely different and distinct due to being dressed up in the classic Cement/Elephant print, which is generally recognized as a signature element of the discontinued Air Jordan 3. Considering that the Jordan Eclipse has such a malleable upper, it is not surprising that Jordan Brand is experimenting with this particular lifestyle silhouette, such as whipping up a “Bordeaux Camo” edition.
This particular Jordan Eclipse iteration was spotted amongst the colorways that were previewed when the model was unveiled for the very first time. The tonal all-Grey breathable mesh upper of this sneaker is adorned with the Cement/Elephant print. The upper has been combined with a crisp contrasting white sole unit that complements the makeup of this sneaker and finishes it off by adding to its subtle appearance.
Even though the Cement/Elephant print is somewhat camouflaged by the mesh, it is still subtly visible enough to give this sneaker a never-before-seen look. In fact, the addition of the Cement/Elephant print has changed the appearance of the Jordan Eclipse. Unless Jordanheads would rather cop more colorful and vivid kicks, they should look forward to the announcement of one of the Jordan release dates 2015 for the retail debut of this Jordan Eclipse colorway.
Jordan Eclipse “Elephant Print”