Our Second Look at the Jordan Legacy 312 Low

Our second look at the upcoming Jordan Legacy 312 Low surfaces.


While some aren’t feeling the Jordan Legacy 312, I’ve wound up falling in love with them.

The only thing that has held me back from grabbing more colorways of the Air Jordan hybrid sneaker is the fact that they’re high tops and I typically wear mids or lows. This is why I can’t wait for the Jordan Legacy 312 Low to release. Not only has the shoe been redesigned into to a low top, but they happen to look even better as a low top. That’s just a personal opinion, of course.

An early render of the low top featured an Air Jordan 3 tongue, which we can all see isn’t on the actual retail pair. Instead, we see the same nylon tongue that was found on the regular releases. However, I really like the Wings logo placement on the tongue patch. Nike Air would have been cool too, but the Wings logo looks nice there as a great change of pace.

Placement of the elephant print on the ‘Bred’ pair is much more palatable than it was on any of the high top versions. Meanwhile, the cream/yellow pair leaves off the print completely.

There is still no word on when the Jordan Legacy 312 Low will release but I’m hoping we’ll see them by Summer.

Let us know your thoughts on the Jordan Legacy 312 Low below in the comment section and stay tuned for updates.

Image via @street8oy

4 Comments

  1. That is what i have been waiting for! I only wish lower part of the the swoosh would not disappear under that overlay. But the rest of the shoe is fire.

  2. Not a fan of the checkmark on non-J1 Jordans outside of tongue/heel logos. Double less if it is under-lapping other panels. BIG fan of the $140 price point for what essentially is a 3, however.

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