The 2016 Jordan 12 Flu Game comes rocking a striking and rather eye-catching design, boasting that classic Nike Air Foamposites One upper in the process. The kicks find the Foamposite design in the a striking yellow, while black accents along the tongue, heel tab and outsole makes quite a dope combination. These are certainly nothing to sleep on, and definitely worth adding to your collection of kicks asap!Imagine how ill your sneaker collection would be with a ‘Wu-Tang’ inspired pair of Nike Air Foamposites. Well soon enough that thought will be a reality as we get a look at the Nike Air Foamposites One ‘Black/Yellow’; though not an official collaboration.
The 2016 Jordan Shoes were originally released back in 2000 and was then retroed back in 2009. This particular re-release features two notable changes, however: “45” branding replacing “23” on the heel and “Nike Air” tagging implemented on the insoles.Marking the second Oregon Ducks Air Jordan 14 PE, this pair is slightly different. Most noticeable is the use of Green through the uppers which is done in nubuck. In addition, the schools mascot, Puddles the Duck is embossed through the uppers. Completing the look is ‘TRACK’ embroidered in large font across the tongues.
For fans of Houston who are perhaps also basketball enthusiasts, there’s one pair of 2016 Jordans that should be of interest. According to Heritage, Michael Jordan is believed to have given Houston a pair of his Air Jordan V sneakers following Game 3 of the 1990 Eastern Conference Finals. Jordan’s Chicago Bulls played the Detroit Pistons, and Houston performed the national anthem prior to the game.The sneakers, which have silver metallic accents, are accompanied by a photograph of Houston and Jordan together. Heritage believes Jordan could have worn these shoes in that game, scoring 47 points to lift the Bulls over the Pistons 107-102.