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Initially released in 2006 as part of the “Defining Moments Pack” paired with the Jordan 11, this release honors Michael Jordan’s two three-peat championship runs in 1991-93 and 1996-98. This time around its getting a solo release on the eve of the ESPN 30 For 30 premiere of “The Last Dance,” a 10-part documentary about the G.O.A.T.’s final championship season in ’98. Check out some detailed images of the drop below. Scoop this drop when it releases Saturday 4/18 FCFS on WishATL.com
Peep these Jordan Highlights From the ’98 season to get you warmed up for the show!
More than 20 years since its original release in 1991, the Air Jordan 6 “Maroon” sees its return once again, but this time in its original 1991 make up. For sneakerheads, the return of the “Nike Air” branding is a big deal, especially since its last retro was noticeably missing it. Aside from the nostalgic return of the “Nike Air”, the OG colorways are well intact, from the beautiful off-white upper, to the maroon detailing throughout. What makes this retro even more special is that it falls in line with the rest of the recent “remastered” sneakers from Jordan Brand. This one in particular has to be one of the more impressive sneakers from the remastered program, with its beautiful premium leather, to the shape the shoe takes, coming in very close to what a 1991 OG sneaker would have looked like new. Keep your eyes peeled as this nostalgic sneaker drops this Saturday, December 5th.
It seems like the perfect coincidence that Seattle’s uprising and Nike’s new deal with the NFL came together at the perfect time. Since then, the Seahawks have been a widely popular team and the signature colors have often been used as colorway themes for notable footwear releases, like this upcoming Air Jordan 6 Low Retro. While no direct tie to the PNW NFL team will be made, it’s clear that the combination of Ghost Green and Insignia Blue is a nod to Beaverton’s neighbors up north. Look out for these to hit stores one month from now on September 19th.
The Air Jordan 6 Low continues to be an enticing option this summer thanks to some smart colorways that channel a certain classic aesthetic. The latest colorway, the Air Jordan 6 Low “Black/Chrome”, harkens back to the early 2000s as this OG style wasn’t particularly well-received upon its arrival. In fact, a major storyline in Jordan Brand’s 30th Anniversary celebration includes the remastering of the early aught’s Retro+ and LS colorways. With this release you get a little bit of both thanks to the low cut style of the memorable Air Jordan 6 in an ominous all black while metallic chrome accents keep things clean on the midsole stripes, Jumpman branding, and lace locks. Available August 29th for $170, the Black/Chrome 6s are the perfect shoe to transition us into fall and the looming back to school season.
Back in its original colorway, the Air Jordan 6 Retro arrives just in time for the holidays. Jordan’s first championship shoe features a black nubuck upper with eye-catching pops of Infrared on the heel and Jumpman logos. For the first time since the original release, a reflective underlay shines bright on the courts or in the streets.
For the first time in 23 years, Jordan brand brings back the Air Jordan 6 “Sport Blue” colorway back to the market. Sporting a predominantly white leather upper, sport blue accents on the midsole, tongue and heel are complimented by black finishes. The classic sneaker brings us back to the simple quality made sneakers we all loved back then. Be on the look out for the Air Jordan 6 Retro “Sport Blue” coming soon at Wish.
The Air Jordan 6 Retro returns in a new colorway that pays tribute to the Jordan Spizike. Featuring a mix of smooth and tumbled premium leather in a rich shade of red accross the upper with black and green accents, all of which tie back to the Spizike’s original colorway. The shoe’s inner lining also features the same Jordan print as that of the OG Spiz’ike. Roundingout the design is the shoe’s contrasting white midsole and icy blue outsole.