March 28, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 8
The Air Jordan XVI will, for the time being, remain one of those sneakers that you just had to be there for the first round to get your hands on. Is it possible that such late era Air Jordan models will become a new status symbol of sorts, a way of showing you were around before the current retro boom? It’s definitely getting harder to standard with those OG colorways from 1-XIII given the frequency with which Jordan Brand is currently trotting them out. Stay with us after the jump to see a full gallery on an unreleased Air Jordan XVI Low from the scrapped 2012 retro treatment in white and varsity red and then take a look at the price tag put on by oregonsole on eBay.
These are my shiiiiit... Still have my OG pair. Busted up good too lol... But need to release sum 16s & 17s
Jordan was known for saying that he never fear failure.
Too bad JB can't say the same. They clearly are afraid of going past the retro 15s, 16s, 17s... because they don't know what reception they will receive from us.
Don't be afraid of failure too JB!
@Da_Real_Big_Infinite i agree these need to b retroed asap
thats madd true.but honestly..after 17 i was done!...actually after 15 i said i was,then i saw 16 and 17 and those were hard.but to me anything after 17 is weak.XVI definitely need to make that reappearance already
@CC221 18s are clean after that garbage
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