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The Jordan Legacy 312 Low Blends Two Classic Jumpman Colorways

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At its core, the Jordan Legacy 312 silhouette serves as an homage to the history of the Jumpman and the Swoosh, fusing together the Jordan 1, the Jordan 3, and the Alpha Force Low. Now, to introduce the Legacy 312 Low, Chicago’s own Don C is harkening back to the annals of the Jumpman’s lore once again, creating a colorway that serves as a hybrid of the iconic “Bred” and “Black/Cement” kits from its aforementioned silhouettes. At its heel, its a bit more Black Cement 3, equipping the 1988 silhouette’s heel tab as well as its influential elephant print motif, while its midfoot and toebox begin to pay their respects more to the sneaker that started it all back in ’85. Deviation’s from Just Don’s original 312, the Low version’s ankle collar opts for the build of the AJ3 as opposed to the AJ1, while its midfoot strap still calls upon the Alpha’s midfoot strap. With official images of the new Legacy Low available ahead, enjoy a detailed look and keep it locked for updates as we have them.

Jordan Legacy 312 Low
Release Date: March, 2019
Style Code: CD7069-006

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