New Jordans 2017
will be releasing a few new colorways of the Air Jordan 6 during the holiday season. One of those releases is this Air Jordan 6 UNC pair that comes dressed in the classic "Infrared" color-blocking. The basketball sneaker is simply inspired by the classic AJ 6 Infrared color-blocking theme along with MJ's alma mater, University of North Carolina. Black nubuck covers the entire upper while contrasting university blue accents are seen along the midsole, Jumpman branded tongue, lacelock and back pull tabs. A translucent outsole finally completes the two-tone design altogether.New Jordans 2016
, Air Jordan 6 tongue central has a very bright and beautiful JumpmanLogo, coupled with the innovative shape of shoes, Air Jordan 6 is very smart. At the same time Air Jordan 6 also continued Air Jordan 5 plastic shoelace buckle design, to know that this design was very popular at that time, almost the majority of people in the eyes of sports shoes to measure the quality of the "ruler." Tiner's Air Jordan 5 plastic lacing buckle design has been improved to make it more compact, easy to fasten the shoelaces, but also played a very good decorative effect.New Air Jordan Shoes
, There will be at least a couple of new colorways of the Air Jordan 6 releasing during the 2nd half of 2017 with one of them being the UNC pair that we see above. Set to release for the first time ever, this new Air Jordan 6 is believed to be inspired by Michael Jordan's alma mater and features a Black nubuck on the majority of the upper with pops of University Blue. The basketball sneaker is simply inspired by the classic AJ 6 Infrared color-blocking theme with full black nubuck covering the upper followed by university blue accents seen along the midsole, Jumpman branded tongue, lacelock and back pull tabs. A translucent outsole finally completes the two-tone design altogether. With a legacy dating back to 1984, Nike Air Jordan sneakers have been a cultural staple for decades and continue to provide new styles and innovations alongside retro editions. Show love and respect for the history of flight with a pair of iconic Jordan shoes.