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All 33 Air Jordan’s Ranked

In 1985, a young rookie by the name of Michael Jeffery Jordan entered the NBA. His exploits at the University of North Carolina were already famous, and the hype surrounding him was high.

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All 33 Air Jordan’s Ranked

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33. Air Jordan 2012

I don’t know where to begin with this atrocity. Actually designed my the legendary Tinker Hatfield, this shoe should’ve turned out much better than it did. Allegedly taking design cues from an area of Portland, Oregon during the Zoot Suit era of the late 20’s, the Air Jordan 2012 is a mess. It utilized 2 different inner sleeve options for low or high, and had 3 different drop in midsole cushion options. This is the shoe definition of doing too much. The tech was said to be not bad on court, but this shoe is unwearable off court.

Favorite CW: Wolf Grey/Volt

It doesn’t help the AJ 2012 that most of the colorways to release wear utter trash. This one is decent with it’s slight pop of Volt, a color that hadn’t quite taken over yet in 2012.

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Andrew Mark Wilhelm is a professional Sound Engineer/Designer, and amateur photographer, writer, musician who recently relocated from California to Rochester, NY. Born and raised in the suburbs of Detroit has made Andrew an avid fan of all things Detroit but nothing more so than his beloved Detroit Tigers. Every year he tells himself he won't drink the Lions Kool-Aid, and every year winds up heartbroken come January. A Spartan by heart, and a Golden Grizzly by degree, you can catch his (almost) weekly Hot Takes every Hump Day here at The Turf.

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