JORDAN ZOOM ’92 SPECULATION

We have a new Jordan silhouette and it is a interesting looking one. Currently there is no information in the release date and the name of the shoe. There is no information on the use of the sneakers but looking at the overall build, it’s safe to say that these are close to performance shoes than lifestyle.

The shoe is a low-cut sneaker with a series of mesh materials with the combination of suede in the toebox which wraps the side of the forefoot for lateral support. The midsole features distinctive Zoom pods that are present in the LeBron 17 and midsole may to a injected phylone to make the foam more plush. The outosole seems to be a very narrow herringbone pattern.

The key elements in the sneaker shouts performance shoe but we will have to wait for more information to surface regarding the sneaker.

Image via Weibo

The shoe indeed has forefoot Zoom pods as cushioning and the translucent outsole doesn’t seem to give away any sign of an extra Zoom unit in the heel. The outsole of the shoes have fine details that might give hints to what shoes these are. The outsole contains both the old “Nike Air” logo and the current Jordan logo. Also, one forefoot area, letters are written “T G A O A T”, it is still unclear what the combination of words represent. Also the fine star like traction around the toe area which can be found from the Jordan 1 outsole can be found. Some sources are claiming this to be the Jordan 312 performance model and there is a few elements that looks like the shoes are inspired by the Jordan Legacy 312s.

Update: 25/06

Official images have been leaked and the name of the shoe is said to be the “Jordan Zoom ’92”.

Sources: All images via Twitter/US_11

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