A Golf Version of the Air Jordan 12 Low “Taxi” Is In the Works

Arriving early next year.

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Jordan Brand doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon as it continues to churn out golf shoe variants of its iconic silhouettes.

After a string of successful releases like the Air Jordan 4 G “Torrey,” Air Jordan 5 Low G “Grape Ice,” and Air Jordan 11 Low “Cool Grey,” the next Jordan classic to hit the fairway is the Air Jordan 12.

Appearing as the Low version in the iconic “Taxi” colorway, the 1996 signature gets transformed into a golf shoe but retains all of its design cues like the sunray-inspired upper stitching, pebbled mudguard, upper golden lace loop, and carbon shank. The biggest modification can be seen at the bottom of the outsole in the form of golf spikes.

While we are still more than half a year away from its February 2022 release, zsneakerheadz has taken to Instagram to tease a mock-up of the upcoming $220 USD golf shoe.

 

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In other footwear news, take a detailed look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Patent Bred.”

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