“Dark Concord” Jordan 12’s Released by Jordan

The Jordan 12 Dark Concord is Here

Jordan has come back and released some new heat, the Jordan 12 Dark Concord. These Jordans will be a new addition to the Jordan Brand’s Holiday 2020 collection.

The shoes have an all-black upper with two purple lace holders that catch the eye. The sneaker also includes black laces that fit well with the overall silhouette of the shoe. The shoe has a leather toe cap reaching all the way to the arch of the shoe to just before the tip of the shoe. Above the arch of the shoe, there is a metallic purple tag that says “Jumpman”.

The mid-sole is all black, as well as, the outsole correlating with the name “Dark Concord”. At the top of the tongue, there is a purple nostalgic Jumpman logo that pops out of the dark silhouette. Jordan keeps things simple with the colorway adding the same metallic purple onto the heel-tab.

The colorway keeps a consistent dark almost goth look, perfect for a Halloween theme. The designers at Jordan know exactly what they are doing and they do a great job designing. The retro 12’s could not have made a better comeback.

The shoe released with a base price of $190 for mens and it is $140 for boys grade school sizes. Nike calls the Materials used “premium materials” and they say that it is, “…one of Tinker Hatfield’s most durable creations.”.

The 12’s are always a classic sneaker and they are one that stands out. They stand out not just for their premium look, but, because Micheal Jordan wore the Air Jordan 12 “Bred” on his well known “Flu Game”. In the “Flu Game” he dropped 38 points against the Utah Jazz in an important pivotal game 5.

The shoes worn at the “Flu Game” were actioned 16 years later for $100,000.

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