Two of the better years for basketball shoes during NBA All-Star Weekend was back in 1996 when Michael Jordan debuted the “Columbia” Air Jordan 11 and 2012 when Rajon Rondo rocked the “Galaxy” Nike Air Foamposite One.
San Antonio hosted the 1996 NBA All-Star Game where Michael Jordan won MVP while also making sneaker headlines with the shoe-of-the-night, the Air Jordan 11 “Columbia” colorway.
The 2012 NBA All-Star Game was played at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, where Kevin Durant won the MVP, but all eyes were on Boston Celtics guard and Eastern Conference All-Star reserve Rajon Rondo’s feet, as he took the court rocking the “Galaxy” Nike Air Foamposite One – which was one of the most talked about All-Star releases in history.
Check out a few of the on-court images of both shoes below, and cast your vote on which NBA ALl-Star shoe you think was better and more rememberable. Be sure to leave your thoughts of both releases in the comments section.
Better All-Star Shoe
- Nike Air Foamposite One "Galaxy" (51%, 405 Votes)
- Air Jordan 11 "Columbia" (49%, 386 Votes)
Total Voters: 791