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June 20th, 2013 by John Kim / 5
The rate of Retro releases might have you a bit…exhausted, but one concept we would love to see return is the short-lived Premio Collection. These high priced Retros were indeed worth every dollar as these individually numbered pieces were built with high-quality materials and came accompanied with wooden shoe-trees and shoe-bags, but they only lasted a total of five releases – the last of which was the January 2011 release of the Air Jordan V. In this latest Mache Customs work, the Air Jordan VI gets the Bin V treatment, with a tonal black upper being paired with the white laces, a reflective tongue, metallic silver accents on the fore-foot midsole, and the signature red-wax stamp on the heel. We’ve got an exclusive gallery of the Air Jordan VI “Bin 65” below so take a look and let us know if you’d like Jordan Brand to bring back the Bin 23 Collection in the future.