Jordan Brand continues to pay tribute to its heritage with the Jordan Legacy 312 Low. The silhouette debuted in 2018 with streetwear icon Don C having contributed to the model’s design. It serves as a combination of the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 3 and Air Alpha Force and carries the rich history of Jordan Brand in its form. Now, elaborating on this connection to the past, the Jordan Legacy 312 Low arrives in “True Blue,” a colorway best known for hitting the Air Jordan 3 several times now, including in 2016.
The “True Blue” presentation of the Jordan Legacy 312 Low offers a base in white leather with soft gray overlays at the forefoot and heel. Blue accents the look on the Swooshes, heel, midfoot strap and other branding elements throughout. The strap also utilizes the classic elephant print at its base and carries red “NIKE” text that matches the lining of the shoe. A white midsole with a visible Air unit rests atop a gray outsole to complete this look.
No release date for the Jordan Legacy 312 Low in “True Blue” has been announced yet. However, look for Nike and select retailers to carry this pair in the coming months at a price of $130 USD.
Elsewhere from Jordan Brand, the Air Jordan 37 is on its way with a “Hare” colorway set to release in September.