New Jordan Introduced during the 1998 NBA Finals, it would be the last shoe Michael Jordan would wear as a Chicago Bull. Two of Michael Jordan’s most famous shoes he wore during his last years with the Chicago Bulls was the “Flu Game” Air Jordan 12s, and “Last Shot” Air Jordan 14s.While having flu-like symptoms during Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, Michael Jordan wore the now iconic Air Jordan 12 “Flu Game” while putting up 38 points and giving the Chicago Bulls a victory. Since that game, the Black/Red colorway of the Air Jordan 12 instantly became a shoe that every sneakerhead must-own.
Nike Air Force 1 Shadow Beige,the colorway matches Chun Li’s famous uniform that has weathered through numerous sequels and rehashings over the years, Nike SB Dunk Low Chun Li features an Argon Blue upper with nylon on the toe box and quarter panels along with suede overlays.sporting a light blue suede and nylon upper with gold contrast stitching, a black inner lining, a white canvas swoosh, and a gum sole. White Swoosh logos, laces, and midsole atop a Gum rubber sole and Chun Li printed insoles completes the design.The special-edition low-top is built with an Argon Blue upper that combines a nylon construction on the toe box and quarter panel with tonal suede overlays.
2020 Air Jordans released the Air Jordan 5 “Bel-Air” inspired by the classic ’90s TV show the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air starring Will Smith, who rocked the Air Jordan 5s during the shows theme song and in early episodes. In celebration of his 50th birthday last year, the brand dropped a remixed version of the classic "Grape" Air Jordan 5, which featured a laceless design true to how his character wore the kicks on the show.“Grape” hits are expected to highlight the midsole, while the sock liner is dressed in signature tie-dye aesthetics from the ’90s. A follow-up to 2013’s Air Jordan 5 “Bel-Air,” the “Alternate Bel-Air” retains many of the bright hues and much of the vivid detailing proffered by its predecessor, but switches up the base for a fresh-yet-familiar look.