One of the newest creations from Jordan Brand is the half-Jordan, half-Air Max, CMFT Max line. Even though sometimes the blending of two different silhouettes can cause unwelcome commotion in the sneaker community, the CMFT Max line seems to have maintained a balance on the thin line between love and hate. You can always expect to have people that love new designs as well as those that hate them, but one thing that nobody could have seen coming is seeing Gilbert Arenas wearing the Jordan CMFT Max 12 in our Sneaker Watch coverage.
The newest version of the Jordan CMFT Max 12 comes with some very familiar color choices. Jordan Brand took the “Rising Sun” design of the Jordan 12 and placed it on top of the Air Max 97 midsole and Vis-Air cushioning system. After that, they took a splash of of Freshwater, most recognizable from the Air Max Griffey models, and combined it with Midnight Fog accents on the Black mesh uppers they started with. The final touches were then added to the outsole by carving an Elephant Print design into the rubber sole.
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