Jordan Legacy 312 Low Swaps Elephant Print for Smooth Suede
A contrast to its “Bred Cement” edition.
Following a first look at the Jordan Legacy 312 Low‘s “Bred Cement” colorway earlier in the week, the silhouette has been matched by a lighter iteration dubbed “Pale Vanilla.” The Don C-designed hybrid model features a cream leather upper with contrasting black accents on its inner lining, tongue, laces and midfoot strap. Aside from the aforementioned upper, its sail midsole continues the model’s light-colored theme in addition to yellow touches towards the heel and on its branding throughout. Lastly, the heel’s expected elephant print detailing is substituted with smooth suede for an added dimension to the shoe’s textures.
The Jordan Legacy 312 Low “Pale Vanilla’ releases in the coming weeks for $140 USD at select Jordan Brand retailers and Nike.com.
In other Jordan Brand news, special college Air Jordan 4 and Why Nor Zer0.2 PEs have been revealed ahead of this year’s March Madness festivities.