The Air Jordan 6 silhouettes is considered monumental in not just the sneaker community, but in sports history as well. The model was worn by Michael Jordan himself in the year 1991 when he won his first championship ring with the Chicago Bulls during his first 3 peat and the true beginning of the team’s first dynasty. Every time the model hits shelves, it causes havoc in the sneaker stores because everyone, including sneaker-heads and Michael Jordan fanatics, causes commotion to purchase a pair. Here now we present you a mock up of a concept made by fellow sneaker blog “House of Heat” of an Air Jordan 6 Freshwater inspired by the classic color-way first seen on the Nike Air Griffey Max 1 originally released in 1996. This pair consists of smooth white leather- black midsole, tongue, heel, and Nike Air branding- and, lastly, teal panels pay homage to the original “Freshwater” color blocking. Even though this is just a concept the real question is would you anticipate this sneaker if it came to life? Let us know in the comments on your opinion of the concept of an Air Jordan 6 Freshwater!
FROM THE HOUSE OF HEAT CONCEPT LAB