Borrowing elements from the Jordan 1, Jordan 3 and Nike Air Alpha Force Low, the Just Don x Jordan Legacy 312 has obvious roots in Chicago. It’s also connected to San Antonio, where David Robinson wore the Air Command Force in the white and Volt colorway that inspired the hybrid sneaker. Finally, there’s L.A., where fictional character, and the model’s namesake, Billy Hoyle donned Robinson’s kicks to hustle other streetballers in the ’92 film White Men Can’t Jump.
Air Jordan Legacy 312
Just Don x Jordan Legacy 312 ‘Billy Hoyle’ AQ4160-107
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