February 16th, 2012 by John Kim
The Air Jordan 2012 was officially unveiled last Tuesday as part of a special media-only event at an undisclosed airport in the New York City area. Like any luxury airliner, the Air Jordan 2012 presents the ‘Choose Your Flight’ to the traveler, offering up six different configurations of comfort in one well-designed shoe – there is, in fact, no better way to fly than on your own terms. So whether you choose the Air Jordan 2012 Q (low-top) or the Air Jordan 2012 E (high-top), you’ll be flying First Class, arriving to your destination with style and supreme comfort. The Air Jordan 2012 Q + E are set for a release on February 25th, but Jordan Brand retailer Corporate is letting them go a bit in advance, so check out the images of both versions in both colorways below and let us know which way you like to fly.
Air Jordan 2012 Q/E
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February 7th, 2012 by Aaron Hope
Upon revealing the Air Jordan 2012 Deluxe ‘YOTD’ release date earlier today, we noted that we won’t be getting a sequel to the Chinese New Year-themed AJ2011 Q Flight because it’s built right in to the multiple ‘Flight’ package. But that doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to select the flight of your choosing this year, because in addition to the Deluxe model, Tinker Hatfield and Tom Luedecke also designed their modular system to be broken into its individual components. The Air Jordan 2012 A comes with a sleeker low-cut sleeve and packs the ‘Fly Over’ midsole with Zoom Air cushioning in the forefoot plus encapsulated Air in the heels. That one’s coming up in white/black, while the also-low-cut Air Jordan 2012 Q, whose Zoom-heeled ‘Fly Around’ cushioning is available with Old Royal or Varsity Red booties and laces. The same color options are also up for grabs with the higher cut Air Jordan 2012 E, the model offering a full-length encapsulated Air cushion to help you ‘Fly Through’ your opponents. Jordan Brand will drop all five of the A, E and Q offerings on Saturday, February 25th, so with all the options available, which will you choose?
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