For Air Max 270, While a year removed from its milestone 25th anniversary, the Air Jordan 12 has taken advantage of 2022 to emerge in a mix of new ensembles.Constructed from scale-laden leather and textured nubuck, the upcoming retro opts for a mostly pitch-dark ensemble that allows for the slightest of contrast to steal the spotlight. Varying shades of “Taxi,” the same yellow hue that emerged on the original Jordan 12 back in 1996, then, animate everything from the “JUMPMAN”-branded lateral accent above the midsole to the upper eyelets. Together, the aforementioned hues breathe new life into a color palette and design rooted in heritage.
The name of this Air Jordan 12 colourway comes from the all-black upper combined with the metallic gold accents that dress the eyelets and part of the mudguard near the midsole of the sneaker.The all-black base is accented by yellow “Taxi” hits at the collar’s eyelets, tongue and heel branding, outsole detailing and midfoot patches. The upper takes its usual shape with nubuck resting next to a scaly leather. From there, black laces and a black sole unit further emphasize the hits of yellow by keeping it the only point of contrast, completing this OG-inspired look.
This best selling Air Jordan 4 Midnight Navy comes dressed in a White, Midnight Navy, Light Smoke Grey, and Fire Red color scheme.An obvious twist on the model’s original “White Cement” look, the upcoming pair covers TPU eyelets, Jumpman logos at the heel and midsole tooling in a semi-dark blue tone that feels familiar, yet refreshing. “Light Smoke Grey” takes over the same components it did back in ’89, creating an ode to the past that pushes the Jordan 4 into its next 33 years. Lastly, the next proposition from Michael Jordan’s eponymous brand features a “Fire Red” Jumpman logo on the outsole, further playing with heritage-driven hues on an updated design.