Initially released in 2013, the Jordan Brand “Fear Pack” will be returning at the end of November with a reformed take on the original pitch-dark Jordan 3 Fear colorway. Debuting alongside the Air Jordan 4 and 5, the inaugural three-silhouette collection from the early 2010s will be expanded in the near future with the addition of the Jordan Legacy 312 Low.
Matching the pitch-dark energy of its Jordan 3 Fear counterpart, the smooth leather upper resides in a stark jet-black treatment that simultaneously consumes the tongue, inner lining and tread for a near-clad composition. Interrupted via crisp white laces, profile swooshes and midsoles, the gloomy upper receives a healthy bout of greyscale accents that assume the Elephant print mudguard and heel counter. What’s more, the low-top trim outfits the collection’s synonymous bright orange hue along the heel’s Jumpman logo and the duo of Nike insignias that ascertain the forefoot strap and tongue tab.
Release details haven’t been revealed just yet for the grade school-exclusive Jordan Legacy 312 Low “Fear”. In the meantime, the pair can be seen ahead in official retail imagery.
For more from underneath the Jumpman banner, both of the A Ma Maniére Jordan 5s are currently available via raffle.