Best retro colorways of the Air Jordan 12 Shoes

There have been some solid retro colorways of the New Jordans 2016, but time after time of the retro 12 releases, the original colorways always dominate. Could it be that MJ made history in them? This year will bring out a ton of retro Jordans once again as well as some great Air Jordan 12s. With recent images surfacing yesterday of the Red/White Air Jordan 12s, it got us thinking about what are the best Air Jordan 12s of all time. After some internal debate amongst the Nice Kicks team, we have assembled a list of the 12 best Air Jordan 12s. The twelfth shoe in the Air Jordan line first hit the hardwood in the 1996-97 season on the feet of Michael Jordan as he and the Bulls were hungry yet again to go Back-To-Back following the historic 72-10 season. Initially only five colorways were released of the new Air Jordan 12, but since returning as a retro, that number has more than tripled.
Cheap Jordans 2016, Michael Jordan’s collaborations with legendary sneaker designer Tinker Hatfield and others have produced some of the most beloved sneaker designs on the market. However, the Jordan brand has its fair share of stylistic misfires, gaudy gimmicks and overrated designs that are better loved than they should be. To celebrate Air Jordan 30 and 30 years of Air Jordans, we slightly iconoclastically ranked every pair from worst to best. Earlier this month, Nike announced the 30th rendition of the Air Jordan sneaker, an enduring icon of streetwear that played a major role in turning sports shoes from purely functional to a fashion statement. In an effort to clue sneakersheads in on what’s to come a bit earlier than usual, Jordan Brand previewed its Spring 2016 retro lineup back in June. The range consists of all-new colorways of the Air Jordan 2, Air Jordan 4, Air Jordan 5 Low and Air Jordan 12, broken down into “Alternate,” “Dunk From Above” and “Poster” Packs.
Has there been a year more packed 2016 Jordans For Sale, limited editions, Jordan Brand turned the schedule all the way up for its 30th anniversary, dawning an era of the “remastered” retro, high-profile collaborations, and a lengthy visit from an old pal named Bugs. But which of these dozens upon dozens of Air Jordan releases, Jordan Brand’s 30th anniversary celebration brought out all sorts of high-end sneaker releases in 2015, but perhaps none more uniquely inspired by Michael Jordan history than the “Shattered Backboard” 1. This one brought to life the black, white and orange uniform Jordan wore in a Nike exhibition game in Italy around 1986. The game he did this.