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The 12,000th Jordan 12 “Wings” Pair Is Being Auctioned On eBay Starting At $4,500

Hopefully, many of the Jordanheads reading this managed to cop one of the 12,000 pairs of the Air Jordan 12 “Wings” inspired by Michael Jordan’s iconic “Wings” poster. While they are fortunate enough to now have a pair as a part of their sneaker collection, apparently those who now own a certain numbered pair from the series might just be even luckier. For instance, the #23 Air Jordan 12 “Wings” pair can be regarded as more valuable than some random pair out of the 12,000. Similarly, it seems that the last and final 12,000th pair of the Air Jordan 12 “Wings” holds more value than the others. Continue reading The 12,000th Jordan 12 “Wings” Pair Is Being Auctioned On eBay Starting At $4,500

The Jordan 12 “Wings” Features A Wings-Like Pattern Hidden Beneath The Black Portions

For collectors who always have their eyes set on the latest retro Air Jordan sneakers, 2016 has been keeping them quite watchful. Merely three months have passed, but major releases like the Just Don x Air Jordan 2 “Beach,” Nike Air Jordan 4 OG ’89 “White Cement” and the Air Jordan 12 “Master” have already hit the shelves. Continue reading The Jordan 12 “Wings” Features A Wings-Like Pattern Hidden Beneath The Black Portions

The Air Jordan 12 “Wings” Is Not A Jordan Brand & Macklemore Collaboration

It should be obvious by now that Jordan Brand is aiming high this year when it comes to the Air Jordan 12. The Air Jordan 12 “The Master” made its retail debut not so long ago, by the end of last year. Jordan Brand can be expected to drop plenty of other Air Jordan iterations over the course of this year, including the particularly iconic “Flu Game” and “French Blue” renditions. Back in October 2015, news had even begun circulating that Jordan Brand and Macklemore were once again working together, this time designing an Air Jordan 12 colorway that was dubbed the “Wings.” Continue reading The Air Jordan 12 “Wings” Is Not A Jordan Brand & Macklemore Collaboration