Jayson Tatum, a player for the Boston Celtics, will soon have a pair of Jordan Brand signature shoes. According to Nicholas Vlahos of Sole Retriever, Tatum will unveil his trademark shoe in the summer of 2023. The name “Jordan Tatum 1” is what it is currently known as, but Vlahos warns that it could change.
Jayson Tatum launching his own Jordan sneakers
Three hues of Tatum’s signature shoe are expected to be available. His son Deuce and some of his favourite things served as inspiration for them. Vlahos claims that there are plans to release the shoe in “Zoo,” “St. Louis,” and “Pink Lemonade” variations.
According to Vlahos, the “Zoo” colorway will be Black/Metallic Gold-University Red-Beach in honour of Deuce, who enjoys visiting zoos. Tatum’s hometown is honoured with the “St. Louis” colorway, which is anticipated to be White/University Red-University Blue-University Gold. Jason Tatum ‘s favourite beverage, pink lemonade, inspired the “Pink Lemonade” colorway, which is anticipated to be Pink Tint/Barely Volt-Lava Glow-Aurora Green in hue.
To Caleb Love saying that, “I’m getting every pair gang”, Jayson Tatum replied hilariously by retweeting it and captioning it, “Mandatory!”.
Tatum has donned Player Exclusive colorways of Air Jordan shoes since signing a multiyear contract with Jordan Brand in 2019. He will become the eighth active NBA player, after Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Luka Doncic, Zion Williamson, and Russell Westbrook, to own a pair of Jordan Brand sneakers.
Jayson Tatum: Life and Career
American professional basketball player Jayson Christopher Tatum Sr., born March 3, 1998, plays for the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was a Missouri high school McDonald’s All-American and went on to play college basketball for the Duke Blue Devils before declaring for the 2017 NBA Draft. The Boston Celtics chose him with the third overall pick. Tatum, a three-time NBA All-Star, led the Celtics to the NBA Finals in 2022 and was voted the NBA Eastern Conference Finals Most Valuable Player. On the 2020 American Olympic team in Tokyo, he also took home a gold medal.