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Air Jordan 12 Retro Low ‘Playoffs’ Deconstructed

The Air Jordan 12 Retro Low in the ‘Playoff’ colorway has been deconstructed. Good news, there is full-length Zoom Air, just like what’s used in the mids.

FastPass.cn is back with another fantastic deconstruction — this time around it’s the upcoming Air Jordan 12 Retro Low.

With Jordan Brand losing the trust of its consumers since the Air Jordan 15 Retro release earlier in 2017, it’s great (and necessary) that we have places like FastPass that will cut these new releases up so we can see exactly what we’re buying.

This release is just as it should be: leather upper, leather overlays, Phylon midsole, carbon fiber spring plate, and full-length Zoom Air cushioning.

Check out the full deconstruction below and let us know if this is a shoe that you’re excited for when it hits retailers. We should have our own detailed look and review of the shoe available this weekend for those interested.


Source: FastPass.cn

  1. I like the look of the low more than the original. I just have a thing for low cut shoes even though I wear crew socks (black) mostly.

  2. My neoprene from late last year feels stiff up front, but nonetheless good to know Jordan likely hasn’t messed with the 12 much

    1. I think it may only appear that way because the Flu Game shoes are size 8.5 and the Lows here are size 10.5.
      It looks like it is the same Zoom unit in both shoes and the Lows have more space right in front of the Zoom unit due to their larger shoe size.

      1. what do you mean small? lengthwise or thickwise?

        as mentioned, it’s possible due to it being shot from a far due to it being longer than the usual 8.5 or not zoomed in.

        thickwise? I would say this that the difference of a a single mm is negligible. you won’t feel much difference. it’s not the same as comparing a double stacked zoom or 4mm thicker or more. also, the phylon thickness, placement and construct plays a part on how the zoom would feel.

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