The Jordan Legacy 312 is a hybrid sneaker that combines elements from several iconic Nike and Jordan models. Now, leaks indicate that the shoe will be getting colorways for the Los Angeles Lakers, Detroit Pistons, and New York Knicks.
With colorways for three of the NBA’s most historic franchises, the Jordan Legacy 312 is showing how well it takes color. The shoe has proven itself a versatile hightop that resonates with both old school heads and the new generation.
The Jordan Legacy 312 takes details from the Air Jordan 1 (the tongue, toe, and Wings logo), Air Jordan 3 (the eyestay, tooling, and elephant print), and the Nike Air Alpha Force Low (midfoot strap) to create a hybrid was initially attached to Jordan Brand collaborator Don C. The shoe pays homage to Chicago, the hometown of both Doc C and Michael Jordan’s greatest moments.
Expect these new colorways to officially launch on November 1 for $150 each at Finish Line. However, the Lakers, Pistons, and Knicks Jordan Legacy 312s have already been spotted on shelves at Foot Locker locations across the country so if you want them now check your local shop.
For more on this shoe check out the rumored Jordan Legacy 312 Low coming in 2019.