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The Jordan Legacy 312 Utilizes The Familiar “Igloo” From Art Basel

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As it often does, Don C’s take on Jumpman classics, the Jordan Legacy 312, borrows much from the brand’s historic batch of releases — it’s latest being an homage to the ever-elusive and extremely expensive (at resale, that is) AJ1 “Igloo” dropped way back during Art Basel. An almost 1-of-1 translation, the pair evokes much of the same feel through its palette despite its signature strap detailing due mostly in part to the similar panel arrangement at its base. Soles, which take from the AJ3, bear the same striking blue tone at its tread though not in any amount close to the upper whose ankle flaps, heel wrap, and toe box take on the titular shade with adjacent accents sticking to neutral swathes of both black and white. Swooshes stick to their trypophobia-inducing pebbling with small elephant accents strung throughout, finishing on a pair that is part new and part old. Grab a detailed look at the pair right below and find it rolling out to select retailers and Nike.com soon.

Jordan Legacy 312
Style Code: AV3922-013