Air Jordan 6

Michael Jordan wore Air Jordan 6 during his second MVP season in 1991. Tinker Hatfield was inspired by the sleek lines and angles of MJ’s premium automobiles when designing the AJ6. For the first time in his illustrious career, he hoisted the NBA championship trophy. A variety of colorways can be easily combined with this simple silhouette, including the classic ‘Infrared’ and ‘Carmine’ colorways, as well as the upcoming ‘Cool Grey’ colorway.


Michael Jordan’s Porsche influenced Hatfield’s design, which is supple, clean, and athletic in the same way as the 911s of the 1990s. There was more to the 6 than just its looks. A neoprene sleeve adds comfort and performance, too. While wearing this sneaker, Jordan won his first NBA championship.


In 2000, it was retroed for the first time, and two years later a low-top silhouette was added. One of the most popular versions of the Air Jordan 6 Retro Travis Scott was released in 2019. The olive variation of the 6 looks more rugged and takes cues from hiking boots. Michael Jordan’s winning ways will be celebrated with gold metallic accents in the Retro DMP, or Defining Moments Package.