While it certainly isn't the most popular Jordan model, there is something to be said about the simplistic beauty of the Air Jordan 12. It's a shoe with a storied history and one of the best Michael Jordan colorways of all-time in the "Flu Game." Over the years, we have seen some pretty dope PEs of the shoe although some have been forgotten over time. However, sometimes, PEs from the past are brought out of the vault, allowing sneakerheads to admire them in all of their glory.
Thanks to @zsneakerheadz, we have a fresh look at the Air Jordan 12 "Canyon Gold" PE which dropped all the way back in 2004. As you can see from the post below, the shoe has a mostly white base while gold is placed on the leather overlays that protrude from the midsole and mudguard. It's a truly breathtaking colorway of the shoe and we wish these would come out for real. There are plenty of sneakerheads who would rush out to cop these if given the chance.
Unfortunately, since this is a PE, they won't be releasing anytime soon. However, use this post as a way to marvel at a sneaker that could have been.