Kicks On Court: Tony Wroten Rocks “French Blue” Air Jordan 12

76ers guard Tony Wroten has been relentless with his kicks on court this season, and as he stated in a recent conversation with him, “this is only the beginning.” In Philadelphia’s first loss of the season last night, Wroten brought out the 2004-released “French Blue” Air Jordan 12.

The 12 is one of the most worn Jordan silhouettes in the NBA, but the French Blue colorway is rarely seen. In the past five years, only Nate Robinson (2010-2011) and Derrick Williams (2012-2013) have rocked this shoe on an NBA court.

For Wroten, this marks the second Air Jordan 12 he has worn this season with the other being a custom designed by Mache. View these kicks, plus Draymond Green’s 90s classic and Andre Iguodala’s Hyperfuse Low PEs, below.

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Tony Wroten wearing the Air Jordan 12 “French Blue”

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Tony Wroten laying it up in the Air Jordan 12 “French Blue”

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Tony Wroten attacking the rim in the Air Jordan 12 “French Blue” and Draymond Green (right) in the Nike Air Zoom Flight ’98 “The Glove”

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