Air Jordan 12 Low "Playoff" Set for 2017 Release

A low-top version of the original “Playoff” 12.

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Jordan Brand is rumored to be bringing back the “Playoff” Air Jordan 12 in 2017, this time in a low cut format. This release was announced by @zsneakerheadz, who is usually on the ball about Jordan drops. While the rendering in the image above is just a Photoshop impression, the original “Playoff” colorway features the same color-blocked motif, constructed from a black leather upper and white mudguard. What do you think?

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