For quite some time now there’s been rumors circulating that the Air Jordan 16 Midnight Navy could possibly be getting the retro treatment somewhere down the line. We now have reports from a retail source saying that the shoe you see above is in fact scheduled to get the retro treatment for the first time ever.
The Air Jordan 16 originally released back in 2001. The last time we saw any kind of version of the shoe was when the black pair released as a part of the CDP in which is got paired up with the Air Jordan 7 back in 2008. Fun fact about the shoe, it was also the first Air Jordan since the Air Jordan 3 that was not designed by Tinker Hatfield. No word yet on when the shoe will release, but we’re almost sure that it will do so before the year ends. Are you a fan of shroud-equipped Air Jordan 16? Let us know if you plan on picking up a pair once these end up releasing.
via: Sole Collector
Meh. I’d rather see more Air Jordan 17s release than the Air Jordan 16. It’s safe to say I will not be buying these.
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