For most users, the shoe’s low profile and snug fit are the highlights of the Air Jordan 16 Retro. One tester comments that he doesn’t experience any internal slipping.
The shoe is composed of a variety of materials that make it feel premium on hand.
Because of the squared toe box, several wearers feel that the shoe fits naturally and helps prevent their toes from jamming.
One reviewer says that the traction works very well on indoor courts.
Many long-time sneakerheads love the shoe’s aesthetics as it brings back memories of when the original Air Jordan 16 was first released in 2001.
Some shoe owners are happy about the shoe’s versatility; The Air Jordan XVI Retro is a two-looks-in-one sneaker.