The Jordan 6 Rings “Venom Green” is the subject of the latest Live Look video. Previewed on-foot, this pair sees the topic tone taking on the trim on an otherwise dark upper. Black mesh and leather make up the majority of the base, with elephant print popping off the mudguard. View the clip above to see these kicks in detail and mark your calendar for a March 1st release date.
Jordan 6 Rings
In case you forgot, Michael Jordan had a pretty illustrious career in the NBA. Serving as a kick collage of all his banner years with the Bulls, the Jordan 6 Rings pulls from the Air Jordan 6-8 and 11-13 in hybrid fashion. A “Venom Green” color code correlates with this weekend’s other retro releases, adding elephant print to the mix for a bold drop. Feast your eyes on detailed images of the Jordan 6 Rings “Venom Green” in the gallery above and look for these to launch at the Nice Kicks Shop in Austin, TX as well as other JB accounts nationwide this Saturday.
Just as “Gamma Blue” was the Jordan Brand hue to close 2013, “Powder Blue” is the move to start the new year. Next in the line of releases that are painted with dark powder blue is the Jordan 6 Rings. Unlike the Air Jordan 3 “Powder Blue” that was soaked in the hue, this hybrid silhouette is set mostly in two tones of grey, using its nickname’s tone for detailing. Wolf grey and cool grey combine to compose the upper, which features a mudguard lasered with elephant print, rather than the traditional patent leather. Dark powder blue adds the flare on the carpeted tongues, lace locks, heel tabs, and most prevalently on the midsole. Hints of black and white contribute even more contrast to these 6 Rings, which will be available February 8th for $160 at select JB carriers.
Being signed to Jordan Brand has its perks. For Dez Bryant, it means a special edition pair of kicks for an All-Pro season culminating in a Pro Bowl selection. Suiting up for Team Sanders (as opposed to the NFC team), this colorway of the cleated Jordan 6 Rings coincides with his squad’s color scheme, featuring a volt ballistic mesh upper that is underlined by a dark grey patent leather mudguard. Check it out in detail below, and drop your thoughts on the spiked Jordan 6 Rings in the comments section.
One of Jordan Brand’s hallowed hybrids is given new life with the Jordan 6 Rings GS “Legion Red.” Choosing an all-too-familiar color scheme, a white base is accented by a black patent leather mudguard. Relegated to the accents and outsole, legion red completes white/black/red-all-over recurring theme, culminating in a kick that fits right in with the brand’s imprint. Mark your calendar for January 18, when these grade school-sized Js are set to land at Jordan retailers.