the Air Jordan 12 is a truly great Jumpman sneaker. Although it may not get the same love as other shoes, it remains pretty amazing. Over the years, this sneaker has gotten some truly fantastic colorways. One of the models that comes to mind is the “Flu Game” from 1997. To this day, the Air Jordan 12 “Flu Game” is a classic that will forever stand the test of time. Ultimately, it is these colorways that have made the AJ12 the kind of beloved model that it is today.
the shoe is inspired by the logo of the WNBA, this women’s exclusive colorway of the Air Jordan 12 features a Black tumbled leather upper and tongues with with matching metal upper eyelets, laces, inner lining, and rear pull tabs. Secondly, the outsole, midsole, and side panels are all orange. This creates a vibrant yet somewhat refined colorway that is hard not to like.
The Jumpman is stitched on the tongue alongside TWO 3 stitched down the tongue in Brilliant Orange with the same hue seen on the overlays. Finishing features include the Black traction underfoot and the White lettering on the heel pull tabs completes the design.
Air Jordan 12 History
Released in 1996 and designed by Tinker Hatfield, the AJ 12 debuted in a black and white colourway, with inspiration drawn from the Japanese flag. The design built upon the legendary success of recent Air Jordan releases and took its place among collectors’ favourites.
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