The Jordan Jumpman Swift 6 is Back as a Retro for the First Time

For the first time in 20 years, the Jordan Jumpman Swift 6 makes a Retro appearance.

Originally Eddie Jones’ third signature sneaker with a young Jordan Brand, the Jumpman Swift 6 was the also the last in his official short lived signature series.

Nearly identical to the 1999 original, the Retro version features a soft leather build with a stretch-zip enclosure. Synthetic nubuck is used on the toe while a Phylon wing for lateral support is featured on the medial and lateral side — paying homage to the Air Jordan 15. Along with the wings, the Air Jordan 15 tribute can also be seen with the shoes outer tongue/shroud.

Tech specs on the Retro include a Phylon midsole, heel Air Sole, forefoot Zoom Air, TPU shank and herringbone traction.

We have yet to find the Jumpman Swift 6 — newly renamed to the Jumpman Swift — available online, but we were able to find them in-store at Finish Line for $140.

Let us know what you think of the Jumpman Swift 6s return and share your memories of the shoe (or the year 1999) below in the comment section.


  1. Didn’t realize these where coming out. Always liked the Jumpman All Stars better than these and hope those retro too.

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