The Air Jordan 6 Rings are back once again and WearTesters takes a detailed look at the 2018 edition of the hybrid.
The Air Jordan 6 Rings was extremely popular when it originally released in 2008, but in 2018 the perception of hybrid sneakers has changed quite a bit — unless you’ve got a name like Kanye or Don C attached to a sneaker, of course. You can thank Gentry Humphrey and Mark Parker for that…*cough* AF1 X AJ Fusions. While the masses no longer accept most hybrids, I still have a soft spot for the originals like the Jordan Dub Zero, Jordan Spiz’Ike and the Jordan 6 Rings.
Today we’re taking a look at the 2018 edition of the shoe, its tech specs, material quality, and how it fits. Yes, things aren’t quite the same as they were back in ’08, but not all was lost along the way.
We hope you enjoy this detailed look at the Air Jordan 6 Rings. Share your thoughts on hybrid models, both past and present, below in the comment section. Will a hybrid ever be “cool” again?