March 21, 2012 BY John Kim
With the Air Jordan XII set for a revival beginning in April, let’s take a look back at some of the rarest Air Jordan XII PEs we’ve ever seen. The Air Jordan XII has been one of the more common PEs around, but when you see them grouped together like these five ‘Home’ white-based pairs, you can’t help but drop your jaw in awe. Spotted at the recent Sneaker Con event in Miami at the SoleFly table was this sick mini-capsule of Air Jordan Player Exclusives – two Ray Allen joints, one for Carmelo Anthony, one for Richard Hamilton, and the last for the retired Michael Finley. All feature the white leather uppers with a secondary color-blocking matching their team uniforms, with the Melo standing out with the partially-white midsole at the forefoot. Think this is the best set of Air Jordan XII PEs? Not so fast: Let us remind you of the sick Air Jordan XII collection of Jay Jones that was featured on Sneaker News almost three years ago. We’ve got a full gallery of images for you below so take a look and let us know what is your fave!
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