Update: Following up on an early preview made available last month, we now have a complete review of what to expect from this year’s version of the Air Jordan 12 “Cherry” courtesy of Nike. Its leather build sees white and red go back and forth once again as the sneaker gears up for a release later this month on October 28 via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a price of $210 USD. For more info about the pair and its history, be sure to peep our initial breakdown below.
Original Story: It may not have made an appearance in Jordan Brand’s latest fall preview, but the Air Jordan 12 “Cherry” is nearing its return date. At the start of the year, the colorway was said to be making a return for 2023 and has now been revealed by retailer imagery. The arrangement was last spotted in 2009 while initially debuting in ‘97 and touching down on the Air Jordan 12 Low Golf just last year.
The return of the Air Jordan 12 “Cherry” sees the shoe’s beloved color blocking return at the leather upper. White covers a majority of the sneaker with “Varsity Red” chiming in at the textured mudguard. From there, black detailing hits the heel tab, lining and the tongue’s Jumpman logo while silver eyestays are situated at the collar. Rounding out the look, the aforementioned red hue is joined by black and white patterning at the outsole.
For those looking forward to picking up a pair, Jordan Brand has yet to announce the return of the Air Jordan 12 “Cherry.” However, it’s forecasted for an October 28 release via Nike SNKRS and select Jordan Brand retailers worldwide at a price of $210 USD.
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