Jordan 6

Jordan 6

Michael Jordan wore the Nike Air Jordan 6 for the first time in 1991, at the All-Star Game in North Carolina. The color combination MJ wore on the field at the time was called "Infrared". The bright shade of red, which was already familiar from the Air Max 90, is still unmistakable today and is part of Nike's design DNA. Further arguments for finally buying an Air Jordan 6: In the sixth Jordan, the player took home his second MVP title, a top scorer title and the first championship title. Mr. 23's sixth signature shoe is as much a part of basketball history as the GOAT's performance on the court.

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Where can you get Air Jordan 6s?

First of all, you have to choose the style you want to buy. What about Cactus Jack, Slam Dunk and co? To buy one of the rarer 6s Jordans from the past, you can look around on second market platforms such as Klekt. If you were able to get hold of one of these pairs for the release, you probably got them from stores like Solebox, Kickz, SNS or of course via the Nike SNKRS app. Furthermore, selected styles of the Air Jordan 6 are also available at Snipes, Foot Locker, etc.

Which Air Jordan 6 are there?

In fact, there are not too many collabo colorways of the AJ6. There is one that Travis Scott collaborated on. Drake has also collaborated on two versions and a couple of colorways here and there that have been created through synergies.

Other strong colorways of the AJ6 include retros like the Infrared, the Carmine, the Black Cat and other color combinations that have been released over the years.

How to combine Air Jordan 6s

Before you buy a pair of Air Jordan 6s, you should first check whether you have the right apparel hanging in your closet. If, unlike French Montana and Drake, you would like to have a stylist, you should choose safe options: Joggers in plain colors like grey or black, always go with sneakers and in this case, they do. With jeans, it all depends on the cut. You should simply try out different combinations and see which trousers still look good with the sneakers and don't swallow them up too much.

You can find inspiration for this at Dead Stock on the blog or at Instagram.

The free Dead Stock Sneakerblog app can also be used to find out when the next drop is coming and where to buy the upcoming Air Jordan 6.

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