After a long hiatus, the Good, the Bad and the Ugly feature is back! This week, we had many sneaker choices to choose from. At a first glance, you already know what sneaker snatched the ‘Ugly’ spot; however, you may be wondering which shoe took the ‘Good’ spot between the Air Jordan 6 Retro Doernbecher Freestyle and the Nike Hypermax “McFly”. With that said, click here to view our analysis of each sneaker.
Are you happy about the Good, the Bad and the Ugly making a return? (Side note: From now on, we will no longer put the pictures in order Good to Ugly from left to right. We are going to make it a little more challenging for you!)
The Good – Air Jordan 6 Retro Doernbecher Freestyle
Sure, the Air Jordan 6 Retro Doernbecher Freestyle is a nice-looking sneaker; yet, that is not the reason this shoe owns our ‘Good’ spot for this week. First and foremost, this Air Jordan 6 Retro was designed by a kid patient who attended the Doernbecher Childrens Hospital. The hospital, which is located in Portland, Oregon, caters to kids with cancer and other diseases. With that said, the proceeds from this shoe will help raise money for the aforementioned hospital. Definitely, a great shoe for a good cause.
Click here to read additional information about the Air Jordan 6 Retro Doernbecher Freestyle.