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Air Jordan 12 Indigo

The Air Jordan 12 Indigo released online and at stores over the weekend. Unsurprisingly, it sold out immediately. Now, the question is whether you should hunt down a pair for resale or what you can expect when FedEx arrives next week.

Luckily, we have a detailed look and review at this new stone blue and white sneaker. Sure it looks a lot like 2012’s Jordan 12 Obsidian, but this Indigo version packs some surprises most people won’t be expecting.

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What’s in the video?

In the video, Chris provides detailed information from all the usual categories, providing the in depth information you need. He supplies expert level opinions on the materials, cushioning, traction, support, and fit. Here’s some of what he discusses:

  • Plastics eyelets vs metal eyelets
  • Special box design
  • Call backs to the Jordan 12 Obsidian
  • The materials!
  • Removal of the mudguard’s texture
  • What is patina?
  • One of Chris’ favorite shoes to play in
  • Sizing recommendations

As an added bonus, you get to find out why Chris hated the Indigo 12 when he first saw the pictures. And, do you want Chris to do an update video once he gets the leather to change color or patina by playing in them?

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Watch the full video by pressing play above or by clicking here to watch on YouTube.

How to Buy the Air Jordan 12 Indigo

The Air Jordan 12 Indigo retailed for $190 and is now sold out at Nike and various retailers. You can buy it from online resale marketplaces StockX and eBay.

Reminder: Every month we give away at least one pair of deadstock sneakers to a lucky member of our Discord community. In July, we gave away a recently released Jordan 1. We also give away a bunch of other stuff like socks, hats, laces, and more. If you’d like to be eligible for our next round of giveaways, join WearTesters here.

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