2021 Air Jordan 6 Carmine CT8529-106 to release on February 13th

2021 Air Jordan 6 Carmine CT8529-106 to release on February 13th

Buy The Sneaker, The Air Jordan 6 Carmine was one of the most anticipated Air Jordan release in 2014. The return of the Air Jordan 6 Carmine was one that sneakerheads have been waiting for since the last retro back in 2008. The "Carmine" colorway made its debut back in 1991, and was the first Air Jordan 6 to have colored panels on the upper. They returned in the Countdown Pack in 2008, followed by its most recent appearance in 2014. Down below, midsoles mix black and white with a clear heel Air Max unit, icy blue pieces and a large Jumpman on the outsole to complete the look, one that — according to Jordan Brand — is true to original specifications.
To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 6 in 2021, Jordan Brand will be bringing back the original "Carmine" Air Jordan 6. The sneaker was sought out by everyone then and it was sought again this time around. The white and carmine red leather joins together perfectly, as touches of black work in the lining, tongue, and midsole. Finishing the look off is the always classic blue icy sole. For its 2020 retro, the Air Jordan 6 will look exactly like they did back in 1991 in celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the silhouette. They'll come complete with its OG height and "Nike Air" on the heels.
Air Jordan Shoes, Following the Clot x Air Jordan 13 Low collab in 2018, streetwear label Clot will be teaming up with Jordan Brand once again to release a collaborative Air Jordan 14 Low in 2021. Worn by Michael Jordan on the path to his first ever NBA Championship, the "Carmine" serves up a signature mixture of white and red on its upper: the former appears on the collar, heel, midfoot overlays and throat while the latter graces toeboxes, quarters, neoprene throat shrouds and plastic lace toggles. Black also gets into the mix, adorning the cut-out tongue, collar lining and heel tab. Dressed in a Sepia Stone, Terra Blush, and Desert Sand color scheme. Once again inspired by the famed Terracotta Warrior statues of the Shaanxi Province of China, this low-top Air Jordan 14 features a heavy-duty build that mimics the warriors' armor. Additional details includes a suede toe cap, Sand collars completed with Gold Ferrari-inspired badges and midsole shank.

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