May 18, 2012 BY John Kim / 9
It wouldn’t be too presumptuous to state that the Air Jordan XII is the ‘easiest’ to color-block, given the shoe has a rather simplistic build compared to other Air Jordans in the legacy. That’s probably why the Air Jordan XII has such a vast PE library, with this ‘Rip City’ joint just being another on the impressive list; this, of course, was made for one of Jordan Brand’s earliest ambassadors in Richard Hamilton, who cultivated the ‘Rip’ moniker in UConn and later won an NBA Title with the Detroit Pistons in one of the biggest ‘upsets’ in the NBA history. More of Rip’s XII PE after the jump, so take a look and check out the full listing from lo-life_rasta on eBay.
calm down with all theses c/w for the 12's...but i do.like the rip city on the side thou lol...nice touch
I seriously doubt these were made for rip Hamilton, I'm pretty sure his feet are bigger than a size 9. Anyways xii look which when the mudguard and outsole don't match.
Course I know what a sample is, but if you can actually read, the article states they WERE made for him, what use is a p.e if he can't wear them?