The Air Jordan 6 DMP makes its first [solo] return to retail since its initial debut in 2006.
Sporting a black build and OG Black/Infrared color blocking, the Jordan 6 DMP was a mid-2000s staple. Fast forward to 2020 and we’ll see if Jordan Brand fans are still in love with the subtle colorway or if collaborations and limited edition packs truly rule the sneaker world as we now know it.
With its black synthetic nubuck build and mixture of matte black and gold finishes — this blast from the past looks as good as it did originally. And if you’re interested in how it performs on court, click here for the Jordan 6 Retro Performance Review.
We hope you enjoy our Air Jordan 6 DMP detailed look and review. You’ll be able to purchase your pair on Nike.com once they release on April 18, 2020 for $200.