Zion Williamson is coming correct in the shoe department with a little help from his fam. 👏
As the NBA resumes play in Orlando during the coming days, New Orleans Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson will be catching bodies in a unique pair of Air Jordan 34 shoes designed by his step-brother, Noah Anderson.
Fittingly called the "Noah" PE, the playful kicks feature scribbles that 7-year-old Noah drew during one of his big bro's meetings with the Jordan team.
Across the upper are white mesh and black stitching with Noah's colorful doodles everywhere you look. There's orange on the toebox and quarter, yellow lining the tip, blue on the eyestay, purple on the tongue, green on the collar and red on the heel.
Perfect for next season's updated Statement Edition jerseys featuring the Jumpman logo, the shoes have a mini gold Jumpman just above the outward-facing side of the sole. There's also a larger Jordan stamp at the peak of the tongue and a classic "Nike Air" on the heel.
Keeping things in the family, another heartfelt addition appears on the insoles, which read, “to Zion, Love Noah,” in Noah's own chunky handwriting.
Back in January when Zion made his NBA debut, he paid homage to New Orleans' culture with another pair of Jordan 34s, the golden bronze "Bayou Boys" PE. Other players like Jayson Tatum have the opportunity to experiment as well. Inspired by his favorite postgame meal, he has his own eccentric "Taco Jay" model.
You can look to cop a fresh pair of Noahs through Nike's SNKRS app next Thursday, July 30, for a cool $195.