A collaboration between the Crenshaw Skate Club and Koolmac has resulted in the release of a limited-edition pair of Air Jordan 36 Low PEs

Air Jordan 36 Low PE

With offices in Portland, Oregon, as well as the famed Flight 23 store in Los Angeles, Jordan Brand has a strong presence in California. The Air Jordan 36 Low is now being introduced by the Jumpman with the help of Crenshaw Skate Club and Koolmac, who collaborated on a pair of PE-inspired takes on the model.

At just 19 years old, Tobey McIntosh is a rising star in the Los Angeles streetwear scene and has already collaborated with the NBA’s LA Clippers on these Air Jordans. It features a CSC logo on the left tongue, as well as a CSC logo on the inner tongue/insole graphics inspired by the apartment buildings he grew up in, and brown and tan colorways. When you hear the name Michael Jordan, even if you’re not a basketball fan, you think of excellence,’ McIntosh wrote on Instagram. To be able to align oneself with such greatness is a surreal experience. All kids who look like me should know that they, too, can be Michael Jordans in whatever field they choose.’

Air Jordan 36 Low PE

Cameron Look, a photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area, goes by the moniker “Koolmac.” AJ 36s features a green and yellow color scheme with a custom tea graphic on the tongue, boba-inspired hits on the mudguards, insoles, and outsoles, and a repeating print on the upper that reads ‘Matcha Man.’ AJ 36s are best known for their shots of NBA stars like Steph Curry and LeBron James. Photography is not a job for product designers, and vice versa. According to Koolmac’s own Instagram post, ‘Asian-American kids from the Bay area don’t get their own Jordans.’ After three years of working in Nike retail, I’ve always wanted to see a day like this. I’m learning how to bring my ideas to life through first-hand encounters and interpersonal connections.’

If you’re a fan of CSC or Koolmac, don’t get too excited about getting your hands on a pair of PEs!

Where to Buy:
Nike.com Check Site
Flight Club