Jordan CMFT 12 Max – Medium Grey – Hot Red

October 18, 2010 BY

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Here’s a shoe that captures two (and a half) trends common amongst many recent Jordan Brand releases: they combine classic Air Jordan aesthetics and Air Max cushioning (specifically Nike Air Max retro runners), and we’re seeing kicks from MJ’s second title run appear with more ballistic nylon than ever before.  Following on the heels of the updated AJXIII ‘Altitude’ and its predecessors in the CMFT series, the Jordan CMFT Max 12 combines a low-cut take on the Air Jordan XII upper combined with the Air Max 97 sole that intially released the same summer Mike wore the Twelves to his fifth chip.  Check a new colorway that show how much this shoe is designed to be lifestyle friendly even as much as it reps the AJ legacy, with  a range of greys and blacks contrasted by select red and white hits.  Photos of two different pairs await your click on the jump below, and check back for more from the Jordan CMFT Max series here on Sneaker News.  via NT

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