New Jordan 2022, The Nike Air Jordan Retro 12 is a premium sneaker dressed in White and Black. Originally released in 1997, the Air Jordan 12 "Playoffs" have been retroed in 2004 and 2012, with a low top silhouette dropping in 2017. In 2022, it will be 10 years since we last saw the beloved colorway available for retail. This "Playoffs" edition of the Air Jordan 12 will come constructed in original form featuring a Black leather upper with White appearing on the mudguard, midsole, and rubber outsole. Other details includes Metallic Silver upper eyelets and Red covering the branded areas.
New Jordans Retro, The Air Jordan 12 "Playoffs" will be returning during 2022 All-Star Weekend in celebration of its 25th Anniversary. It earned its nickname from Micheal Jordan debuting them during the 1997 NBA playoffs. Dressed in a Black, Varsity Red, and White color scheme. Dubbed "Playoff" due to Michael Jordan wearing the pair during the post-season. He also wore them for a few games in the NBA Finals, where Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls would take home the NBA Championship against the Utah Jazz.
2020 Jordans, A mix of Green, Brown, Tan, Black, and Beige are used throughout its upper while having velcro heels. Each pair will come with different patches allowing you to customize your own design. The mudguard panels and tooling dress to match, the former distinct in its somewhat pebbled texture. Elsewhere, the leather side panels, tongues, and laces hue in the bold "Varsity Red" while the metallic fixtures adjacent add a more polished sheen. Jumpman embroidery and lining then finish with neutrals, creating a colorway that some are dubbing the "Reverse Bred." Other details include glow-in-the-dark soles, heel tab, tongue label, and spider on the left toe. Adding to the Egyptian theme is the Eye of Horus displayed on the inner tongues. Toilet paper and grass graphics on the insoles completes the design.