Social media shots from Jordan Brand's world headquarters this week depict a full set of retros tied to its Wings program. DJ Khaled, a man whose Jordan clout can't be questioned at this point, posted photos of the shoes, and We the Best affiliate Chris Smokes uploaded a video of them to Instagram.
It's not clear if these sneakers are actually releasing, but it's unlikely that the full set will be hitting retail shelves. A charity auction seems the more probable route, but nothing has been announced yet.
Jordan Brand has brought Wings sneakers—which are tied to its youth education initiative of of the same name—to retail before. 2016 saw the release of the 'Wings' Air Jordan 12, and it appears that 2017 has a 'Wings' Air Jordan 1 on the way.