Who should wear the Air Jordan 12 Retro Low
Michael was wearing his now iconic Air Jordan 12 during his legendary “Flu Game” performance. These luxuriously crafted basketball shoes take inspiration from the Japanese war flag and were the first set of Air Jordans to feature full-length Zoom Air cushioning.
This pair is perfect for you if:
- You're a light and agile player, and you're looking into the enhancement of your performance with this pair.
- You're an Air Jordan fan, and a retro lover. You can never go aesthetically wrong with this combo.
Air Jordan's outstanding midsole
The Air Jordan Retro 12 Low has the same cushioning setup as the high-top version. It also boasts a full-length Zoom Air unit that is embedded in a Phylon midsole carrier.
This low-profile cushioning setup offers superior comfort. A carbon fiber spring plate improves the Zoom Air bag’s overall responsiveness.
Powerful outsole of Air Jordan 12 Retro Low
The outsole of the Air Jordan 12 Retro Low is made of durable rubber and features a herringbone traction pattern.
This traction pattern has an unbeatable on-court grip on any surface.
Firm secure lockdown
The Air Jordan XII Retro Low’s quick lacing system locks the foot firmly in place while the carbon fiber shank offers lateral support and midfoot stability.
Air Jordan's sturdy construction
The upper of the Air Jordan 12 Retro Low is constructed with either full-grain leather, durabuck, nubuck, or suede. It is designed to offer durable comfort and a supportive fit.
Air Jordan 12 Retro Low's super style
Originally, the Air Jordan 12’s striking design takes inspiration from a 19th-century women’s cleat and the Japanese war flag. In 2004, Jordan Brand would go on and release a low-top version of these classic basketball shoes.
Staying true to the original, the Air Jordan 12 Retro Low’s upper features stitching that resembles the rays of the rising sun. These low-top basketball shoes also have a lizard-inspired print on the leather overlays.
Jordan branding includes a Jumpman logo and a unique “TWO 3” on the tongue.