February 19, 2013 BY John Kim / 9
Would an Air Jordan XVI release in 2012 been too over the top? The XVI is the first sneaker that released during the Wizards era of Michael’s career, opting for more of a “lifestyle” angle with the Cherrywoods and Ginger joints, and this 2012 Retro release seems to follow that with a DMP-like combo of White, University Gold, Black, and Stealth. Although the XVI Retro in 2012 was completely scrapped, there’s no telling what Jordan Brand has in store for us in the future because at this point, anything’s game. A detailed gallery of this unreleased 2012 sample is just below so take a look and see the full listing from oregonsole on eBay.
Tags: Air Jordan XVI
everytime i see one of these articals, i get more and more upset with JB. just about all the 16s that were "scrapped" should have actually released last year. just release them already.
@SneakerGenisus I'm with you on that one.
Another Look at Joe Johnson’s Air Jordan 16 Retro PE by John Kim 16 Comments