Air Jordan Legacy 312 Low | Detailed Look and Review

The Air Jordan Legacy 312 Low has arrived and we’ve got your first official look and review.


Playing up on the nostalgia of Chicago and a few of MJ’s early favorite shoes to wear on and off the court, the Jordan Legacy 312 Low does what the original did but in a better looking package.

While the high top version borrowed heavily from the Air Jordan 1, this low top version borrows more from the Air Jordan 3.

Materials on this ‘Black/Red’ pair are very nice, at least the red leather panels are, while the overall shape and look of the shoe has been streamlined in a way that flows much better than its higher cut counterpart. They run a little long so if you wanted a snug fit, make sure you go down 1/2 size. Otherwise, going true to size will work for most casual wearers.

Jordan models such as this (Team Jordans) do not have release dates so once they arrive at retail locations, that’s when they’re made available. Since the review was published, the shoe has sold out at PhenomGlobal.com but we have spotted some pairs available at Renarts.com. If you happen to have little sneakerhead running around, they’re available in Toddler and Youth sizes now at JimmyJazz.com.

Feel free to share your thoughts on the Air Jordan Legacy 312 Low below in the comment section and stay tuned for updates regarding availability.

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