With Michael Jordan christening the new Jordan flagship, 306 Yonge, in Toronto, to celebrate this year’s NBA All-Star festivities, the first Canada-based location of the brand has treated many fans with an eyeful of exclusive and new products starting this weekend.
One of the notable pieces on display consists of an Air Jordan 12 French Blue Sample, which was actually produced in 2004. This variation of the sneaker was essentially intended for MJ only during his short tenure with the Washington Wizards.
Maintaining its iconic tumbled leather profile and recognizable palette, the distinguishing difference is the application of a black-colored outsole instead. Be sure to head over to our official Air Jordan 12 French Blue launch page, as it’s set to return once again on March 26th.
I like it more in its original finish. The revamped outsole isn’t that bad, but aesthetically, its classic colorway is easier on the eyes for me.
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