Last year, during our interview with one of the Air Jordan 1 Flyknit designers, Andrew Winfield, he made mention that more Flyknit Air Jordans would be releasing at a later time. Could that time already be here? It’s possible, as today Air Jordan 6 tooling appears on a budding Flyknit design.
Now, it would simply be inaccurate to call this shoe the Air Jordan 6 Flyknit because we can’t yet confirm that to be true. Yet, truth be told, it’s an interesting design no matter what it’s called. Flyknit materials are seen throughout much of the upper while suede marks both the tongue and ribbed heel. Air Jordan 6 midsole tooling is easily identified below completing the nearly all-red aesthetic.
What are your thoughts on this Flyknit x Air Jordan 6 hybrid?