The Air Jordan 12 was designed by Tinker Hatfield and officially debuted in 1996. Like Michael Jordan’s extraordinary endurance, the design and technology that make up the Air Jordan XII have made it one of the best. The longest lasting Air Jordans of all time. Just like Jordan’s own style, the design of these sneakers exudes an elegant yet powerful stance.
As new colorways from Jordan Brand are being finalized, the design team often uses MJ’s extensive vintage makeup portfolio as a reference point to create something new. Sometimes it just takes a few design modifications to pass a quality test and then go into production. And that is exactly what the Air Jordan 12 “Royal” did, and it immediately brought back memories of the “Taxi” version of the original AJ12 series that was dropped back in 1997. After its first appearance through image leaked, this version has now been revealed through the official image. Let’s explore with Storepc about these special sneakers.
Like any other Air Jordan 12 release that has been released, the focus here is on this shoe using only two primary colors. In this version, the upper part is covered mostly by clean white leather while the mudguard uses contrasting black tones.
In addition, black tones also appear on the laces, inner lining, heel tab and lower components while a premium gold finish is applied to the eyelets, badges and eyelets. Embossed Jumpman branding on the midfoot and tongue and inscription branding on the heel. Finally, the combination of midsole stuffed with Zoom Air cushioning, carbon fiber midfoot and rubber outsole completes the exterior beauty of this shoe.
You can expect the Air Jordan 12 “Royal” to launch on October 9 through Nike and note that they will retail for $190 USD.
Those are the official images of the upcoming Air Jordan 12 “Royalty” pair. Please continue to follow Storepc to update the latest information about sneakers.
10 Things You Probably Never Knew About Jordan 12
Jordan celebrates Super Bowl LV with a beautiful special edition Air Jordan 12 Low