There will be more Tar Heels and Bulls-themed Air Jordans to look forward to in 2018, according to leaker @zsneakerheadz on Instagram. This fall, two new colorways of the Air Jordan 12 representing the teams Michael Jordan played for in college and the NBA, respectively, will release.

The UNC colorway will reportedly sport an entirely Carolina Blue upper with black accents and gold eyelets. The Bulls pair will follow the same formula and take on an all-red upper with black accents and black eyelets. There are no photos of either, and the images here are renderings by @jayzrdead of what the shoes are said to look like.

Expect both of these Air Jordan 12s to hit shelves in October 2018 for $190. 

Air Jordan 12 "Gym Red"
Release Date: 11/23/18
Color: Gym Red/Black/Gym Red
Style #: 130690-601
Price: $190

UPDATE (04/17): According to @zsneakerheadz on Instagram, the Chicago Bulls-inspired pair is scheduled for a Nov. 23 release at a price point of $190. No official word on when the aforementioned "UNC" pair will be releasing just yet.

Air Jordan 12 University Blue/Metallic Gold-Black 130690-430
Image via @jayzrdead

UPDATE (10/10): New images and information have been made available via @_yourplugzfavoriteplug on Instagram regarding the forthcoming Air Jordan 12 Retro "Gym Red" release. The sneaker is slated for this year's Black Friday release at a retail price of $190. The sneaker will also feature a leather upper as opposed to the previously rumored suede. Check out below for another look.

Air Jordan 12 Retro 'Gym Red'
Image @_yourplugzfavoriteplug

UPDATE (11/14): Official images have surfaced of the "Gym Red" Air Jordan 12. The all-red pair paying homage to MJ's time in Chicago is still rumored to release on Black Friday for $190.

Air Jordan 12 'Gym Red' 130690-601 (Lateral)
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Air Jordan 12 'Gym Red' 130690-601 (Medial)
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Air Jordan 12 'Gym Red' 130690-601 (Top)
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Air Jordan 12 'Gym Red' 130690-601 (Heel)
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Air Jordan 12 'Gym Red' 130690-601 (Bottom)
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