November 20, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 0
Michael Jordan made his collegiate breakthrough at their expense, and other than preventing three of the school’s famed big men from any championships during his Chicago reign, Mike’s been quite generous to Georgetown University. Dating back as far as the school’s Nike days when Allen Iverson famously rocked the ‘Concord’ Air Jordan XI, the Hoyas have been associated with the Jumpman, and this year’s player exclusives are a perfect match for the GU’s classy yet always potentially graphically intensive on-court presentation. They’ve got quite the range of options, all with their own take on Jordan Brand‘s traditionally elegant approach, with the Jordan Super.Fly and Aero Flight opting for radically different grey bases, while the Air Jordan 2012 Lite has a ‘home’ appeal thanks to the white base layer. Have a closer look at how the iconic ‘G’ is worked in to each pair in detailed images below and stick with Sneaker News for more 2012-13 NCAA PE sneakers.