The Air Jordan 4 Lends Its Iconic “Tour Yellow” To This Jordan Brand Hybrid

Carrying on legacy.

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The Jordan Legacy 312 has grown from a divisive introduction to one of the most welcomed hybrid silhouettes from the Jumpman roster. Fancying an expansive slate of inline styles, the model’s low-top effort remains ingrained in the iconic brand’s OG styles. Recently, the Jordan 312 Low executed a monochrome-based colorway eerily reminiscent of the Air Jordan 4 “Tour Yellow”.

Just like the circa 2006 effort, bright yellow hues concentrate along the midsole with a black-speckled detailing before further consuming the branded embellishments that ascertain the heel, tongue and forefoot strap. The remainder of the silhouette’s real estate adheres to a greyscale treatment dominated by crisp white leather sidewalls, tongue and vamp. Jet-black contrasts bring clarity to the profile swooshes, inner lining and the remaining portion of the midsole while the brand’s synonymous elephant print executes an OG interpolation along the mid-foot overlay in closing.

Release details haven’t been shared just yet. In the meantime, the Jordan 312 Low “White/Yellow/Black” can be seen ahead in official imagery.

For more from the Beaverton brand, the Jordan 4 “Olive” arrives on November 18th.


Jordan Legacy 312 Low

SKU: CD7069-107

US 2023

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