Official Images Of The Jordan Legacy 312 “Year Of The Rabbit”

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Tapping the full breadth of its lifestyle-centric propositions, Nike’s celebration of Chinese New Year is already in full swing with a duo of Nike Dunk’s and a pair of Air Force 1’s set to debut the celebratory rotation. In conjunction with last year’s appearance, the Jordan Legacy 312 is now dawning its own outfit akin to the Year of the Rabbit.

Near identical in its color-blocking compared to 2021’s effort, a crisp white base layer at the leather midfoot panel and mesh collar brightens the overall proposition in tandem with a “Sail” tinted vamp, laces and tongue trim. Slightly darker cream hues additionally lay claim to the Swooshes, midsole and AJ 4-inspired heel counter affixed with golden yellow branding. Elsewhere, the mainstay shade of light olive begins its dominant introduction along the mudguard, forefoot strap, midfoot eye stays and its upper ankle overlay which indulges in a golden debossed winged insignia. Underfoot, the tonal spectrum begins to shift, remaining disparate with an elephant print panel connecting to grey and brown heel clips which conclude with a clad-chocolate tread.

Embroidered at the interior of the tongue with a red and gold rabbit graphic, enjoy official images of the Jordan Legacy 312 “Year of the Rabbit” below while we anticipate further release details.

For more from the Beaverton-based brand, check out Spider-Man’s sequel to the Air Jordan 1 “Across The Spider-Verse”.


Jordan Legacy 312 "Year Of The Rabbit"

SKU: FD9907-111

US 2023

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