Produced in 2001, the Air Jordan XVI was an elegant masterpiece, fusing classic styling with Asimovian technology to create a visually compelling performance package. Team Jordan members were blessed with super-sweet personalized models to match their uniforms and showcase personal tidbits.
And with its translucent outsole, teal support pillars, vertically integrated “Bib 10” logo, and Concord toe, Vancouver Grizzlies guard Mike Bibby’s pair was just too sugary. To drive the point home even further, Jordan Brand cleverly placed mesh cut-outs underneath the shoe’s lace cover to dissipate heat. Via: Alieg6 of NikeTalk.