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Nike Air Jordan 6 History of Jordan (Spiz'ike)

$90.00 USD

The Jordan 6 Olympic London is a 2014 release from the Jordan 6 collection. The pair earned it's nickname of Spiz'ike by sharing the same release date as the original Jordan Spiz'ikes. The shoes feature a red upper with black and green accents. This pair has a small flaw on the inside of the left shoe (as seen in photos) but is in good overall condition with plenty of life left. Grab them for a steal price today!

Ever wondered what shoe Michael Jordan was wearing at the time of winning his first title? Wonder no more. The Nike Air Jordan Retro 6 debuted in 1991 and was released in 5 different colorways. The shoe was the second Jordan Retro to feature a clear rubber sole, borrowing from its predecessor the Jordan Retro 5. The sneaker, designed by Tinker Hatfield, was the first in the Jordan line to feature reinforcement around the toe box. This was requested by Michael Jordan himself, as he had complained of having a hard time getting his feet into the previous models. The sneaker features leather uppers with ventilation holes throughout the upper and the tongue. They also include the iconic lace locks, an accessory that makes the model one of the most distinguishable in the Jordan line of Retros.

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