Originally worn by Michael Jordan during game five of the 1997 NBA finals against Utah Jazz, the 'Flu Game' colourway earned its notoriety when Jordan brought it home by winning the game by 38-points, despite suffering from flu like symptoms at the time.
After its initial release in 97, the sneak was dropped in 2003 and then again in 2009. The 2009 edition was not classed as OG though, as they were made with a nubuck upper which detailed the points scored by Michael Jordan during the game on the heel.
The 2016 remastered edition of Air Jordan 12 'Flu Game' will be released just like they were back in 1997. True to the OG silhouette in almost every way.
Featuring a premium tumbled leather upper, painted in black with varsity red accents, this edition features a red forefoot, outsole and tongue, while the tonal black covers the upper, inner lining and laces.
Available online from 08:00 BST on 28/05/2016 in men's and junior sizes, these special editions won’t be around for long. Make sure to cop your pair and catch the fever