Nike first unveiled their new Jam sneaker during the Paris Olympics preview event earlier this Spring. Now, the Swoosh has officially unveiled their first publicly-available pairs of the world’s first dedicated breakdancing shoe, coming in “Black” and “Dark Driftwood” this Summer.

Nike has been at the front of footwear innovation for years, pushing the boundaries of whats possible in running shoes, and then applying it to nearly every conceivable sport they make shoes for. This year, they unveiled a brand new silhouette, the Jam, marking the world’s first dedicated breakdancing sneaker. The model was first shown at their Olympic preview event in Paris a few months ago, and has now debuted their first publicly-available colors this week. The first style comes in a “Dark Driftwood” brown, using a mix of mesh, suede, and leather for the upper. Black accents adorn the Swooshes and webbing pieces, with 3M outlines on both. The second pair comes in black, with a gum midsole and full-3M Swooshes on each side.


Nike’s new Jam silhouette, built specifically for breakdancing, is expected to debut sometime in Summer 2024, though no specific date has been set yet. The shoe will launch initially in “Dark Driftwood” and “Black” color schemes, available from the SNKRS app and select retailers for $120 each. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more sneaker release news. In other recent Nike news, the Lunar Roam, is releasing in a “Khaki” look this Summer.

Nike Jam “Black Gum”
Color: Black/Metallic Silver-Gum Light Brown-Gum Medium Brown
Style Code: FN0314-002
Release Date: 2024
Price: $120

Nike Jam “Dark Driftwood”
Color: Dark Driftwood/Black-Hemp-Sail
Style Code: FN0314-200
Release Date: 2024
Price: $120