The Air Jordan 12 is cemented in basketball history — and for good reason. Michael Jordan’s twelfth signature shoe would barre witness to greatness in Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals as his Airness overcame what would be called the “Flu Game” (or “Pizza Game”) with a stat line of 38-7-5 in a crucial win against the Utah Jazz. In doing so, Jordan would then go on to lead the Chicago Bulls to a second three-peat title run. Flipping the iconic black and red colors of the OG, this take on the Air Jordan 12 puts a subtle color twist on the classic model. The shoe features a genuine red suede upper, an OG faux lizard-print mudguard, a woven label and is topped off with matte chrome finishes on the eyelets.