The Super.Fly line from Jordan has been known as Blake Griffin’s “signature” shoe since the first model, and since the Super.Fly 2 (great shoe) we have seen a PO version release for the Playoffs. This year is no different, as Blake started the year in the Super.Fly 5 and since the All-Star break has been wearing the Super.Fly 5 PO.
But this year we see a change. Blake was spotted at the opening game of the Clippers series against the Utah Jazz wearing something new. Upon further review and asking the right people, it has been confirmed: this is the Super.Fly 6.
Not much is known about technology or details but the upper appears to be a suede/nubuck-type material with a new “BG” logo on the inner ankle. The sole has a podular design, much like the LeBron 14 or Hyperdunk 2017. Cushioning is still TBD — the Super.Fly has always had Zoom (it Lunar in the first model), and with Lunar making an appearance in a new form in the Hyperdunk 2017, well…
No word on pricing yet, but we would assume around the $130-$140 mark, which is where the line has traditionally lived at retail. Let us know what you think about the Jordan Super.Fly 6 so far and if you’re still interested in this performance line.