2021 Nike Air Jordan 6 Retro Varsity Red Basketball Shoes

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2021 Nike Air Jordan 6 Retro Varsity Red Basketball Shoes

This OG colorway of the Air Jordan 6 features a black suede throughout the majority of the upper with varsity red detailing on the midsole, tongue, and heel. Finishing details include a white/translucent outsole. The shoe's black nubuck upper includes a reflective 3M layer, with perforations throughout for breathability. The heel, tongue and lace lock sport Infrared accents, with the color also featured on the signature midsole detailing. Visible Air in the heel provides cushioning, while the tranlucent sections continue down onto the outsole for traction.
New Jordans, The Air Jordan 6 "Infrared" is an original colorway of the Air Jordan 6 that first released in 1991. Michael Jordan wore this shoe for his first-ever NBA Championship and for that reason, it holds a lot of value among sneakerheads and Jordan fanatics. This marks the first time since 2000 that the "Black Infrared" colorway of the Air Jordan 6 will return with OG-style Nike Air branding. Both the 2010 “Infrared Pack” and the 2014 Retro didn’t include Nike Air detailing. The timeless model Michael Jordan captured his very first NBA Championship in is releasing as part of Jordan Brand's All-Star Weekend festivities in Charlotte, and they're sure to fly off shelves across the country faster than His Airness flew to the hoop.
Jordan Release 2020, Championship-level style. The Air Jordan 6 helped Michael Jordan bring home his first NBA title. This edition of the wildly popular colourway includes throwback Nike Air branding on the heel. Gear up for the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 6 with a timeless makeup. Phil Jackson was able to get more out of the Bulls than previous coach Doug Collins had. The same can be said for Jordan, who elevated his game to new heights. He was selected to the All-Star team, First All-NBA and All-Defense, and was named the league's MVP for the second time in his career. For the first time in his career, Michael Jordan would win the Associated Press Athlete of the Year Award as well as being named Sports Illustrated's Sportsperson of the Year.

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