Ronnie Fieg Unveils A Follow-Up PSNY x Jordan 12 “Friends & Family” Colorway

Jordan Brand and Public School once again joined forces to introduce their latest collaboration to eager and enthusiastic sneakerheads. Earlier in 2015, both brands had teamed up to utilize the Air Jordan 10 for a collaborative project and the recent sneaker model they put all of their effort on was the Air Jordan 12. The PSNY x Air Jordan 12, which made its retail debut on December 12th, was a greyed-out sneaker made up of premium suede. However, apparently it was not the only iteration of the silhouette that the two brands collectively whipped up because another exclusive colorway has been unveiled by Ronnie Fieg.

psny-air-jordan-12-black-whiteRonnie Fieg has been in the headlines of sneaker blogs as of lately, for two different reasons. The first reason is that he officially unveiled the upcoming “Homeage” colorway of his Asics GEL-Lyte III model. The second reason is that the man behind Kith NYC also shared a photo on his Instagram of an exclusive and very rare “Friends & Family” rendition, which is also a result of Jordan Brand’s and Public School’s collaborative efforts. Fieg even praised both Jordan Brand and Public School for designing this follow-up iteration to the all-grey PSNY x Air Jordan 12 that hit the shelves last week.

As for this new, special Public School x Air Jordan 12 colorway, its upper is made up of premium black nubuck, with tonal black laces and leather detailing. Adding some contrast to this nearly all-black sneaker, it is also equipped with a crisp white midsole. The only pitfall is that a public PSNY x Air Jordan 12 “Friends & Family,” as its name suggests, is not meant to take place. Obviously, this means that the limited number of pairs of this iteration will be given to friends and family of the two brands. Fortunately, Jordanheads can look forward to the arrival of several other colorways of the Air Jordan 12 in 2016 jordan releases, such as the “Cherry,” “French Blue,” and “Master” iterations.

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