Jordan Brand’s remastered approach towards overhauling their retro line was perhaps one of the most remarkable developments they have made in recent times, but it is not the only one. Jordan Brand has also been actively and avidly collaborating with some of the most prominent names in recent times, from celebrities like Drake to fashion and streetwear labels like fragment design by Hiroshi Fujiwara. Jordan Brand has also had quite a few collaborations with Public School and with the Jordan release of the PSNY x Air Jordan 12 so near, it has been revealed that the sneaker is arriving as a part of a collection.
Rumors about a possible “Group Project” that Jordan Brand and Public School were potentially working on together began circulating ever since last month. Even the much hyped Air Jordan 12 that this collection consists had first popped up back in September, when there was not even the slightest hint that such a collection was in the making. After quite a few leaks and several rumors that have been spreading, the PSNY x Air Jordan Collection has finally been unveiled. Although the PSNY x Air Jordan 12 will be the first Air Jordan 12 colorway of this year to hit the shelves, it is apparently not the only sneaker that is included in this collection.
Along with the monochromatic gray suede Air Jordan 12, the collection also includes an elaborate Air Jordan Horizon that is covered in intricate graphic detailing. What makes this collection so unique is that this is the first time that a collaboration between Jordan Brand and Public School includes apparel. Indeed, apparel pieces like a crewneck, hoodie, leggings, parka, shorts and sweatpants are also a part of this collection, all of which feature black and neutral grey color schemes resembling the two sneakers.
The Jordan release 2015 of the entire PSNY x Air Jordan Collection has been confirmed for December 12th, but of course, the prices of the two sneakers will vary. The PSNY x Air Jordan 12 is going to retail for $300 and the PSNY x Air Jordan Horizon is going to retail for $225.