Aside from further expanding its signature hoops roster and dropping a wealth of retro releases, Jordan Brand has also been putting the world on notice for its strong output of golf-focused releases. The fairway-ready category’s sneaker lineup continues to beef up its queue with more striking offerings, and the latest to be unveiled is the Air Jordan 12 Low Golf “Laser” in “Game Royal/White”.
Intricate laser patterns on the mudguards are the more enticing feature on these kicks, not only because they immediately elicit memories of the Dub Zeros and Air Jordan 20s, but because this is a design quality that isn’t often seen on the Jordan 12. Sitting next to these Paneled leather uppers are cowled with a bright white finish, and sit next to “Game Royal” accents that blast the midfoot’s Jumpman molds, the interior liners and the heel tabs. Branding is slightly modified from the OG silhouette as the insoles now feature the Jordan golf logo while the heels spell out “GOLF For the Love of 18” to nod to the 18-holes that are played on the golf course.
Check out detailed photos of the pair here and expect Nike to drop these shortly.
In other news, here’s a closer look at the upcoming CLOT x Air Jordan 5 Low “Jade.”