Metallics have played a huge role in Nike releases in 2016, but now, it means a little bit more for the Jumpman.
25 years ago, a Chicago Bulls team led by Michael Jordan won their first NBA Championship and the first, of many, Larry O'Brien trophies. Jordan Brand taps on the memory of that victory as the inspiration for this epic “Pinnacle” collection. Two new metallic Retro silhouettes come through on a major gleam. The Air Jordan 6 goes almost entirely for the gold, while the swooshless Air Jordan 1 Low gets a bright, silver metallic upper. And yes, this silver is the my personal fave.
See more snaps of both sneakers above and below.
The Air Jordan 6 and Air Jordan 1 Low will hit your closet for $250 and $160 USD when they release on October 22. Are you a fan?