Early Glimpse at the A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 12

James Whitner remixes the classic model with a luxe black and burgundy scheme.

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A Ma Maniére has won the hearts of sneakerheads for its collaborative with Jordan Brand that entailed the Air Jordan 3 and Air Jordan 1 High in 2021 as well as the Air Jordan 2 which debuted this year. Since it has seemingly found a formula of storytelling that strongly resonates with its audience, the brand feels it best to continue aligning with the Jumpman team for more offerings which is why it’s expected to now lend its touch to the Air Jordan 12.

James Whitner — founder of The Whitaker Group — took the liberty of debuting the sneakers on the most recent Complex Sneakers Podcast episode. The Pittsburgh native rocked them on-foot throughout the entire interview and showed off a clear enough perspective of its luxe presentation. Like its Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 2 collaborations, burgundy accents serve as a centerpiece for the shoe as they show face on the shaggy suede forefoot overlay. Most of the upper half comes styled with a stealhty nubuck and comes accessorized with waxed laces and muted eyelets for an elevated aesthetic.

AMM will likely roll these out in the coming months with more information so sit tight for that.

In other footwear news, images of the upcoming Air Jordan 5 Low “Expression” have been uncovered.

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