Jordans 2017 says customer demand for the Air Jordan XII Retro, especially in a new color, was at an all-time high in recent years. They had no choice but to respond with a new limited-edition run. Nike also wanted to differentiate this release from other Air Jordan XII Retro's, so the color choice of Royal Blue (also called Deep Royal Blue) was a no-brainer. With the success of the Air Jordan XII Retro design, coupled with the success of the Royal Blue color in other Nike styles, it was an easy decision to combine the two. This release sees the sneaker forego its traditional all-leather construction for a premium royal blue suede-based build that's accented with leather overlays. The "Deep Royal Blue" shade covers the majority of the retro sneaker, although there are a few touches of white including the embroidery across the tongue. Originally released in 1996, the Air Jordan 12 is in the midst of a strong retro campaign this year. It's been issued in a number of styles, such as a white OVO collaboration, a wool version, and an "Alternate" colorway. While Air Jordan 12 Premium "Deep Royal" is lined up for November 12th, a fitting cap to the model's incredible 2016 run, the Air Jordan 12 Pinnacle may well steal a bit of thunder as we close 2016. The metallic gold finish that has illuminated releases for Air Jordan 6 and Air Jordan 11 Low this year is seen here in all of its bright glory on the 12, complete with the requisite high-end packaging.
New Jordans 2016 has been relentless with pushing out new colorways for the Jordan 12 model in 2016, Now we see they are releasing new colors and new material on the 12s. Set to release in October, Jordan Brand has showcased the Jordan "Blue Suede" 12s, and the hype over this release is very mixed. The deep royal blue suede atop the darker blue leather siding gives these a clean and new look. With drops like the "True Blue" and "Cyber Monday" Jordan 3s already on tap to drop in November, this plush suede based tonal take on the Air Jordan 12 is all set to make November 12th feel the blues. Dressed in a mixture of Deep Royal Blue, White and Metallic Silver color scheme. The shoe features a Blue suede upper with leather textured overlays, White branding and Metallic Silver contrasting accents throughout. The unique Royal Blue color takes the Air Jordan XII Retro design to the next level. The suede, leather, and lining are as uniform in shade as possible—just like its PSNY predecessor. When mixing textiles and textures in footwear, manufacturers run into the problem of matching dyes. Because different textiles absorb dye differently, it's relatively hard to get the same color throughout the shoe.
The Air Jordan 12 Premium Deep Royal Blue is another New Air Jordan Shoes release that will be debuting later this Fall. Jordans2017.com is gearing up to add a bit of blue to retailers with the release of the Air Jordan 12 "Deep Royal Blue". Coated in the headlining shade from its tongue down to its outsole and everything between, a pinch of white fills in the tongue, outsole, insole and heel tab Jordan branding. Clad with suede and leather detailing sprucing up its upper, fans of the Air Jordan 12 "Deep Royal Blue" can expect to see these joints debut on Jordans2017.com. The Royal Blue color is an innovative feature of the Air Jordan XII Retro. Black, white, and red are the most common colors for Air Jordan XII Retro's. They come in other colors, but seeing Air Jordan XII Retro's in shades of blue is rare. The blues seen on Retro's have been mostly accent colors, but rarely the main color scheme. As one of the less-often produced colorway selections in the Air Jordan XII Retro color palette, Cheap Jordans Retro knew that Royal Blue would be a bold first, knowing full well how successful the color is in the Nike Air Max 1.