So far, we’ve seen a couple versions of the upcoming signature Air Jordan model, the Air Jordan 2012. One featuring multiple layered panels and the second, an all Flywire upper, which we’ve shown recently.

Today, thanks to the folks at NikeTalk, we bring you the Air Jordan 2012 in a somewhat detail view of the sneaker in a more clean cut production form. No word yet, if this is the actual production sample, but what we see here can be a clear indication of what’s to come in 2012.

This model features a smaller, more discrete Jumpman logo, Flywire upper, and tripled over lay for a more secure and durable fit. The midsole seems to be the same as the previous samples we’ve seen so far.

While we unveil more on this model, we can reveal that this piece will follow the price hike trend, as it retails for a whopping $180 next February. Stay tuned for more info.


via NT