Back for a victory lap, the Air Jordan 6 White/Infrared is set to drop at retailers this weekend. Returning in OG form, white synthetic leather serves as a base, equipped with perforations throughout. The infrared hits make their presence felt as well, touching down on the midsole and mid-foot branding, as black to finds its place on the tongue and heel tab. Lastly, the outsole features a visible air unit and blue-tinted translucent sections. Check out the Air Jordan 6 now in the detailed shots below, and look for the White/Infrared AJ 6 to release on Saturday, February 15 at Jordan retailers for $170.
The Air Jordan 6 is back. Starting the return off with an OG colorway, the White/Infrared edition is first up to bat for the silhouette. White synthetic leather sets the tone on the sneaker, with performance-driven perforations peppered throughout. Adding spice to the equation, infrared touches down on the midsole and mid-foot branding, leaving black to finds its place on the tongue and heel tab. Finally, the outsole features a visible air unit and blue-tinted translucent sections. Check out the Air Jordan 6 now in the detailed shots below from Hypebeast, and look for the White/Infrared AJ 6 to release on Saturday, February 15 at Jordan retailers.
Originally a graffiti artist, Freehand Profit has become known for his sneaker-composed gas masks. The creator's latest piece uses the iconic Air Jordan 6 Black/Infrared for the materials. Created from a single pair of "Black Infrared" 6s from the 2010 "Infrared" Pack, Freehand Profit turned the classic silhouette into a work of art unlike any other. Using every component of the sneakers from the insoles down to the lace locks, this special gas mask takes the popular model to a whole new dimension. How does this AJ 6 mask compare to Freehand Profit's previous productions? Drop a line in the feedback box, and keep breathing Nice Kicks for everything sneakers.
On June 5, 1991, Michael Jordan came down the lane and switched hands in mid air against the Lakers during the 1991 NBA Finals. It is one of his most memorable moves in his career, and our This Day In Sneaker History highlights him wearing the black/infrared Air Jordan 6 while doing so.