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Air Jordan 6

The Air Jordan 6 is one of the most popular silhouettes of the original Jordan line. The sneaker first debuted in 1991, another creation of legendary designer Tinker Hatfield. The Jordan 6 was the shoe that took Michael Jordan all the way to his first NBA championship, which he won versus Magic Johnson and the LA Lakers. 

The Jordan 6 is one of the better classic Jordan models performance-wise. The Air Jordan 6 features improved cushioning, compared to the Air Jordan 5, and can easily be enhanced with an insole swap. The shoe offers many great attributes and all the nostalgic 90s flavor you can handle. 


Jordan 6 Reviews

Air Jordan 6 Black Metallic Silver aka Chrome

Air Jordan 6 Black Metallic Silver aka Chrome Review

The Air Jordan 6 Black Metallic Silver aka Chrome is a simple, elegant, and easy-to-match colorway of a classic. And besides, it’s chrome! Colorway: Black/Chrome Release Date: November 12, 2022 Price: $200 “It’s corn!” You already know the song is in your head the moment you read that. It has gone viral over all social media platforms, and there’s nowhere
Air Jordan 6 Georgetown

Air Jordan 6 Georgetown Review

The Air Jordan 6 Georgetown continues the trend of suede retro basketball shoes from Jordan Brand. It’s another hit! Colorway: Magnet/College Navy Release Date: September 3, 2022 Price: $200 Michael Jordan wore the Air Jordan 6 during the 1991 NBA season when he won his first championship against Magic Johnson and the Los Angeles Lakers. Now we get the same
Air Jordan 6 Red Oreo

Air Jordan 6 Red Oreo Review

The Air Jordan 6 Red Oreo looks like it came straight from the 1990s. The color blocking and splatter print make it feel very retro. Colorway: White/University Red-Black Release Date: June 4, 2022 Price: $200 The Air Jordan 6 is a recurring silhouette among the Jordan Brand retro releases. We love it, and we wish we could get more colorways
Air Jordan 6 Midnight Navy

Air Jordan 6 Midnight Navy Review

The Air Jordan 6 Midnight Navy is a re-release of an original retro plus colorway first seen 20 years ago. And we’re so glad they’re back. Of course, it isn’t perfect (no shoe is), but at least we’re getting something that people might have missed when they were younger and now have a chance to cop them. After all, nostalgia is what
Air Jordan 6 UNC 2022

Air Jordan 6 UNC Review

The Air Jordan 6 UNC looks real pretty to say the very least. This is what we’ve been asking for from the brand for a long time: original color blocking with new and different colors. We’re so happy that at least this one wish was granted by the powers that be at Jordan Brand. Those who are fans of the
Air Jordan 6 Bordeaux

Air Jordan 6 Bordeaux Review

The Air Jordan 6 Bordeaux takes the colorway of its older brother and makes it its own, and we’re happy with what we got. Jordan Brand has some consistencies with release colorways but they also like to switch things up every once in a while to give us a fresh look and feel. These seem to be classic enough to
Air Jordan 6 Gold Hoops

Air Jordan 6 Gold Hoops Review

The Air Jordan 6 Gold Hoops is for the ladies. With just the right pink hits in all the right places, these will catch your eye. But, that’s not the only thing that will. They literally have hoops on them, which we figure is an acquired taste. The colorway, though, is so clean that it just might make up for

Air Jordan 6 Electric Green Review

The Air Jordan 6 Electric Green is a shoe that was thought to sell out, but really didn’t – at least not in store. There’s so much to like about these and we’re glad we still got to cop a pair for retail. This particular version looks just like a PE for a certain school, which is cool for those
Air Jordan 6 Carmine 2021

Air Jordan 6 Carmine 2021

The Air Jordan 6 Carmine 2021 is rereleasing for the first time since Jordan Brand dropped them in 2014, and the second time as a standalone pair since the original 1991 debut. This time, the shoe returns with the coveted “Nike Air” on the back. The 2014 version featured the “Jumpman Air” logo. Watch our full review of the 2014
Air Jordan 6 Hare

Air Jordan 6 Hare | Detailed Look and Review

The Air Jordan 6 Hare is a Bugs Bunny themed sneaker that’s not officially a collaboration. But it’s easy to see the influence behind the shoe. The Jordan 6 Hare closely mirrors the colorway and materials of the 2015 Air Jordan 7 Hare Retro. The largely white, grey, and red (or is it pink?) color scheme screams Bugs Bunny in