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Air Jordan 12 “French Blue” Performance Review

It’s been 12 years since the “French Blue” Air Jordan 12 last released , but luckily the shoe is returning in the 2016 year .There is not much has changed for this classic colorway.

Today we are talking about it .

It is now releases under the brand’s recent remastering overhaul of the retro line and the colorway still classic ,but not too much change.Jordan is bringing back the original shoe box from the first release of the 12 to further add to the nostalgia.

 

For the material :The entire upper is composed of a white with blue  leather. And the leather is soft  then what I expected .Unfortunately, the leather can not flow the air , so  the ventilation is not good .Hopefully that changes on upcoming Air Jordan 12 releases. Gold eyelets offer a nice contrast to the murdered-out upper and a white plastic piece features debossed Jordan branding.

 

 

 

For the lace system : it is great and the same as the last version .

 

For the supporting : Arch support is great while the overall fit and lockdown take care of the rest ,you can do what you want to do .

 

 

for the traction :  Herringbone is featured in similar fashion to the previous Air Jordan signature. And it great . “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” comes to mind  when I see  the. traction , but please be careful the traction if you play in the  slipped  court . that is not great .

 

For the cushioning : it is used the  Full length Zoom Air which  one continuous air bag can add the help of the cushioning .

we can  gain more appreciation for this cushioning  after you’ve played in them, especial in the  out court  . I already loved the Air Jordan XII based on its looks but that fact that the great cushioning .

    

We can see the logo clearly —‘JORDAN ‘ 

There is a picture that on the foot . it is fashion .

 

 

Overall : , if you looking forward the great traction, awesome cushion, good materials, nice fit and plenty of support ,then the Air Jordan XII will give you what you need.

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