All eyes are turning looking ahead to the upcoming World Cup, and Jordan Brand is looking to score with the new Air Jordan 6 "Brazil." Since soccer's premier event kicks off in Rio later this month, this Air Jordan 6 utilizes the host country's team colors in vivid tones. A black nubuck base holds black leather overlays on the upper, sitting on top of a yellow speckled and green midsole, which transitions into an ice blue outsole for modern chill. Yellow is also seen on in a speckled pattern on the back heel tabs, as well as up front on the Jumpman logo and lace locks. Set to drop alongside a Jordan CP3.VII with the same styling, get a brand new look via @gc911 below, and tell us if you plan on kicking your way into a pair of these AJ 6s when they release on June 21st.
Making a retro return for only the second time in 23 years, the Air Jordan 6 "Carmine" is a classic. Recently coming in at the two-slot on our 15 Best Air Jordan 6s Of All Time, this was an original colorway that MJ wore in 1991 when he captured his first NBA championship. A carmine red base is composed of soft nubuck, fused with white leather overlays and back detailing on the midsole, tongue and heel tab. This retro version of the Air Jordan 6 is finished off with an ice blue outsole to give the classic a little extra cool. Take a second look at the upcoming "Carmines" below compliments of Inside The Sneaker Box, and renew your stock when they drop May 24th at select Jordan Brand retailers.
Gold all on his sneakers, the Air Jordan 6 "91 Champ" Custom by El Cappy celebrates MJ?s first title. Ring inspiration resides on the silo, seen by the metallic gold upper and jewel drawn midsole. Jordan's jersey dresses the tongue in champion fashion, with the team's logo popping off the heel.