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.

2 Comments

  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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