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Community Poll: Did the Best Air Jordan 6 Never Release?

When the Air Jordan 6 First Championship first become available for viewing, there were rumors floating around that they would be included in an upcoming “Victory Pack” that included the previously released Air Jordan 6 Slam Dunk.

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Jordan Brand later killed those rumors by stating that this Air Jordan 6 was a special project designed for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

The shoe is inspired by Michael Jordan’s first Championship with the Chicago Bulls in 1991. Featuring a White-based leather upper with Navy Blue and Red accents throughout. Other features include a speckled midsole with icy translucent details that is found on the tongues, pull tab and outsole.

So with the 23rd Anniversary of the Air Jordan 6 days away from ending, did Jordan Brand forget to release the best Air Jordan 6 we’ve seen throughout 2014? If these did end up releasing, how many of you would consider them the best Air Jordan 6 colorway of 2014?

Cast your vote below then speak your mind in the comments section. We’ll see in the future if these will ever make a debut, but for now drooling over pictures is the best we can do.

Air Jordan 6 First Championship




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Mario Briguglio
Founder and Editor in Chief. My passion for sneakers started at age 6 and now I've turned my passion into a profession. Favorite Kicks - Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"

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