The Air Jordan 6 Rings “Championship Pack” done in a mixture of White, Varsity Red, Wheat, and Midnight Navy color scheme was one of several other Jordan 6 Rings releases that pay tribute to Michael Jordan’s two Three-Peats.
This particular Jordan 6 Rings was released on December 13th, 2008 and retailed for $160 USD. Some of the highlighted features to this shoe include laser printed details of Michael Jordan’s championship legacy on the upper, including Jordan’s famous pose holding the number five in his left hand and number one in the other to signify his sixth and final NBA Championship. A print of Jordan’s “Last Shot” photo, his free-throw line dunk, the year ’98, wording of “MVP,” a mailbox to pay tribute to Karl “The Mailman” Malone, and a Championship Ring, along with many others.
With Jordan Brand set to release the Air Jordan 7 “Championship Pack” later this June, do you think they should release another series of an Air Jordan “Championship Pack” to celebrate all six of MJ’s NBA Titles like they did with the Jordan 6 Rings? If so, what model would be perfect for it? Let us know in the comments section below.
Air Jordan 6 Rings “Championship Pack”
White/Varsity Red-Wheat-Midnight Navy
Release Date: December 13, 2008
Retail Price: $160