June 7, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
The Air Jordan Force Fusion experiment began in 2008 with the Air Jordan XII being the first to go under the knife. Some call the AJF XII the best Jordan-meets-the-Force product to date due to its stark resemblance to the actual production shoe, and this latest colorway only strengthens that statement due to its great impression of the original Air Jordan XII Obsidian that released in February of 1997. Not only does the design of the AJF XII look impressive, but the materials look top notch, from the pebbled leather on the toe to the leather “rising sun” panel on the sidewall. The Obsidian XII is the only original colorway of the XII that Jordan himself never wore in a game, and it is one of the few un-retroed Originals that remain in the Air Jordan Legacy. Check out the detailed images after the jump and let us know where this ranks among the Jordan fusions of the past. via kinstor.