The Air Jordan VI’s most memorable in-game moments were when they were on the foot of the man himself en route to his first NBA championship back in 1991. While staying relatively quiet in the vault some time after that, they were retro’d for the first time in 2000 with the slight alteration of the Jumpman logo, as it replaced the OG “Nike Air” logo. In 2002, the silhouette was scaled down to a low-top iteration, which, judging from the Michael Jordan crowd’s initial reaction, wasn’t the hit that the original version was during its first reveal. However, over time, with the help of some desirable colorways, the low-top rendition of the Air Jordan VI got that tide to turn.
Re-releasing this time is one of the original colorways of the Jordan VI Low in a black, silver, and chrome colorway. The sneaker tech highlights include a black nubuck upper, metallic silver accents above the Air sole unit, and even an icy translucent outsole. These will be perfect whether you decide to mob out in all-black or if you want to keep it casual in a pair of jeans and T-shirt. If you want to take ‘em to the next level, you can take these bad boys out for a little on-court action where you can give the lows–just like their high-top predecessor–their own signature moment.
Complete the look with a full trainer or Jordan Brand jumpsuit–like Drake during this past OVO Fest–and you’re sure to be stunting in no time.