Jordan Brand is constantly strolling down memory lane, ushering back many a colorway from their almost four decade long history. And after 14 long years in the vault, the Air Jordan 12 “Cherry” is finally receiving another Retro.
The Air Jordan 12 “Cherry” first made its debut back in 1997, accompanying MJ during his fifth NBA Championship season. Now, the pair is back for the first time since its last Retro in 2009, featuring a spec relatively close to that of the OG. Here, “Varsity Red” highlights the textured mudguard and the entire length of the sole underfoot. White neutrals, then, dress the quilted side panel as well as the tongue, while black shades dye not only Jumpman logo over top but also the inner lining and the branded strip that runs down the spine of the shoe.
Rounded out with silver metallic hardware, the 2023 Air Jordan 12 “Cherry” is expected to release on October 28th at select retailers as well as Nike SNKRS.
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