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Jordan Brand Celebrates CP3’s High School Graduation With The Air Jordan 12

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In celebration of its top signature athlete’s academic achievements, the Jordan Brand has a “Graduation Pack” in the works done up in the respective colors of each player’s high school. In 2003, Chris Paul graduated from West Forsyth High School in Clemmons, NC before he went on to take his basketball career to the next level at Wake Forest University. During his two years as a Demon Deacon and his thirteen years in the league, he has become one of the top ambassadors for the Jordan Brand both on and off the court.

To match West Forsyth’s school colors, the Jumpman created an Air Jordan 12 dressed in a stately combination of Olive, Sail, Black, and Metallic Gold. A premium aesthetic takes center stage on this pair, as its eyelets come dipped in that aforementioned metallic gold and the pair replaces standard Jordan 12 leather with a satin and suede construction. Finishing touches include “Class of 2003” screen-printed on the sneaker’s left insole while Paul’s signature CP3 logo takes shape on the right. Peep an exclusive set of Sneaker News images below and mark your calendars for the August 11th release of this Graduation Pack 12.

Air Jordan 12 “Graduation Pack”
Release Date: August 11th, 2018