I recently wore these sneakers to NutMeg's 30th birthday. When I mean recently, I mean it was in June. As you have seen from what I have been writing, I do not have much time to update this blog, but I will attempt to do it when I can.
The Air Jordan 2012 was created as a modular shoe. It had one outer shell, 2 inner cuffs, and 3 insoles. You can mix'n'match all the different components. Currently I am happy with the low inner liner, with the Fly Over insoles. They are very comfortable, and I would not have a problem using them for casual wear, as well as sport.
The query some of you may have is why am I wearing sneakers to a 30th birthday. Was it a casual affair? Well not it was not. The birthday was a theme dress-up. NutMeg asked people to come dressed in the 50s, but KittyKat and I dressed in the 30s. The Air Jordan 2012 (in this instance, Tinker Hatfield's personal design) looks similar to a wingtip shoe with spat look on it, as you can see:
These shoes were worn under a grey pinstripe suit, with tie and fedora hat. The best thing I liked about this shoe was that no one who saw me thought I was wearing sneakers until I pointed it out. I am definitely looking for the next formal occasion I can slip into these.