First released in 1991, the Air Jordan 6 is the fourth Air Jordan designed by Tinker Hatfield. The Air Jordan 6 is one of many significant sneakers in the Air Jordan signature series. That’s mainly because the Air Jordan 6 is the shoe that Michael Jordan won the first of his six championships in and also his first Finals MVP.
The Air Jordan 6 was first retroed in 2000 in the original Black and Infrared colorway. From that point on though the Jordan 6 came with “Jordan” branding in place of the “Nike Air” branding. It wasn’t until 2002 that the first Air Jordan 6 Low was released to the public. This “Chrome” or “Metallic Silver” colorway was the first of the Air Jordan 6 Lows.
The upper of this 2015 version of the Air Jordan 6 Low “Chrome” is built entirely out of Black nubuck. The laces are accompanied by a Chrome lace lock with a Black “Jumpman” logo printed onto it. On the top of the tongue you’re missing the iconic, 2 finger rubber tongue mold, but you still have the lace shroud, done in Black, with a Metallic Silver “Jumpman” in the center.
On the back heel you still have the classic Air Jordan 6 spoiler, made out of hard Black rubber and with a Metallic Silver strip going across the middle. Below the spoiler ...