Air Jordan 16 ‘Pantone’ Sample – New Images

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While the White/Red/Black colorway represents Michael’s tenacity and passion for the game, the Tar Heel blue represents Michael’s Love for the game, as represented by Jordan Brand during the 2010 ‘For The Love Of The Game’ Showcase. Just recently, Jordan Brand announced a collaboration with Converse, commemorating the beginning of this ‘love’, which can be dated thirty years ago when Michael won the NCAA National Title with the UNC Tar Heels. This Air Jordan XVI ‘Pantone’ Sample is just another representation of Michael’s emotion for basketball, seen here yet again with a tonal University Blue upper – with and without the shroud. We’ve got a complete detailed look below so check it out and let us know what you think. Photos via sole-land

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5 comments
Player 1
Player 1

XVI one of my top favorite Jordans. We need a retro of these kicks A$AP!

TheRealJayG
TheRealJayG

The XVI black/red is one of my favorite J's of all time. I wish they did a white/red version too cuz the other color ways didn't work on the shoe at all IMO.

Chad
Chad

Da color hard but da shoe itself look fucked up

Kevin
Kevin

those are sexy as fuck

kayla
kayla

when i look at these, it makes me think of carmelo anthony back in the day with braids playing for the denver nuggets for some reason

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