Jordan Retro Shoes
, Only Michael Jordan could redefine the legacy of a sneaker and a viral infection all in the same night. June 11, 1997 will forever be remembered as the birth of the Air Jordan XII "Flu Game." Accompanied by a LOP from Christine Koenig who was a segment producer at WFLD-TV Chicago in 1997. Her segment featured the Bulls equipment manager John Ligmanowski on June 5th, 1997 and John gifted her this pair of sneakers following the interview directly from the laundry room at the Berto Center. She was informed by him that these were worn by Jordan in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals and that he received new sneakers every game.New Jordans 2016
, The Air Jordan 12 "Flu Game" is another pair that will return in 2016. As many of you know, 2016 celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Jordan 12 and this is one of a few classic releases set to return. As you can see through these comparison shots, the OG upper was a smooth leather, while the the 2003 Retro model sported a more full-grain pebbled leather look. Aside from the upper material and the special "Flu Game" touches, the only other major change is on the heel. The Jordan branding was Red on the two previous versions, but the new edition uses white Jordan text and a Red "23" shout-out instead of the Black look of the others.
This adidas Crazy Explosive 17
is known as the "Kristaps Porzingis" edition. A "PE" edition made for the New York Knicks rising star, they come in a royal, orange and black colorway. Sporting a blue and black Primeknit upper with orange accents and a personalized back heel strip. A black sole with encapsulated Boost cushioning finishes things off. This adidas Crazy Explosive 2017 features a White upper with a sock-like collar, Blue accents on the Three Stripes and heel, along with Orange detailing on the back tab, eyelets and outsole. Additional details includes "KP" lettering on its heels.