Jaun Anderson in the Air Jordan XVI

SPOTTED: Marquette's Juan Anderson in the Air Jordan XVI

Will fourteen-seed Davidson upset third-seed Marquette? Davidson's up by two points at the half, so the Golden Eagles will be looking to come out strong to avoid the upset. Among the performance footwear on the court today is forward Juan Anderson in the Air Jordan XVI. He's currently struggling from the field, but has found other ways to contribute, with two rebounds.

Released in 2001, the Air Jordan XVI features a removable shroud, which Anderson has chosen to leave behind for today's game. A blow-molded Air unit in the heel cushions impact, while Zoom Air was implemented in the heel of the XVI. A patent leather toe, ballistic mesh under the shroud, and a clear rubber outsole were reminiscent of the infamous Air Jordan XI. Players and sneaker heads alike are anxious for the AJXVI to make a comeback, but apparently Juan Anderson had a pair stashed away.

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