Classics Revisited: Air Jordan XII Low “Obsidian” (2004)
The Air Jordan XII Low was first introduced in 2004 when the XII experienced a wide distribution for the first time since the original ’97 run. The low-top XII was surprisingly popular because the shoe, quite frankly, is at quick glance tough to distinguish from the Mid version! Nothing major is changed in order to keep the XII a true low-top, with the exception of the subtraction of one metallic eyelet at the upper. The Obsidian colorway was especially popular considering it is derived rather accurately from the OG Obsidian – a shoe that only recently went through a Retro production. If you have the OG, the ’12 Retro, and the ’04 Low, your Obsidian XII family is now complete! More of tonight’s Classics Revisited is just below.
Air Jordan XII Low
These some nice lows..the 12;s is plain looking anyway so chopping off the top isnt hurthing anything.These smooth tho
I still got mine. I grabbed a pair of the mids for my 2yr old son in a larger size tho. He's going to be killing the game wearing retros that came out now in 2016.