The “Chicago” Colorway Appears On The Jordan Legacy 312 Low

Can't beat a classic Bulls colorway.

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The Don C-created Jordan Legacy 312 is already packed full of homage to both Michael Jordan and the city of Chicago, but now it’s taking the honorary stylings a step further, as the summer-ready Legacy 312 Low has appeared in a classic “Chicago” colorway. A mix of white, red, and black leathers that originated in 1985 on the Air Jordan 1 appears on the upper, while the Air Jordan 3 inspiration is evident on the rear end thanks to a plastic heel tab and an elephant print overlay. The midsole/outsole are all AJ3 as well, combining black and an aged sail with grey for an inherently old-school palette. A forefoot strap from the Air Alpha Force Low, a shoe MJ briefly sported during his second season, then accompanies the black nylon tongue to complete the look. Although there’s no Just Don branding on this model, it’s hardly necessary, as the tradition-packed ethos and signature style are already quite apparent. Enjoy a full set of official images below, and look for these 312 Lows to release on Nike.com in the coming weeks for $130 USD.


Legacy 312 Low

SKU: CD7069-106
RELEASE DATE: Dec 28, 2023

US 12/28/2023 Thursday

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