The Air Jordan 12 “Taxi” originally released on November of 1996, retailed for $135. Featuring a White and Black base upper with hints of Gold hitting the lacing eyelets, resembling the NYC taxi cabs. The Air Jordan 12 “Taxi” was inspired by a 19th century women’s dress boot and the Japanese rising sun flag called, Nisshoki.

Tho, these never re-released by itself, Jordan Brand did release a low top version of the Air Jordan 12 “Taxi”. However, JB did included these in the iconic “Countdown Pack” in 2008; which included the Air Jordan 12 “Taxi” and the Air Jordan 11 “Bred”. Would you like to see Jordan Brand retro the Air Jordan 12 “Taxi” solo? There are rumors that the “Taxi” are set to release either later this year or in 2013? If the release comes confirmed, do the Air Jordan 12 “Taxi” instantly become a “Must Cop”?

Air Jordan 12 “Taxi”
Release: Nov. 1996


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