No stranger to a championship, the AIR JORDAN VI is making its return to high-stakes competition on one of the biggest stages in professional sports. The original AIR JORDAN VI debuted on court in 1991 for the first championship season of Michael Jordan’s historic career.
This Sunday, however, defensive back Earl Thomas will be taking the field in a traditional mid-cut AIR JORDAN VI, featuring an action green and navy upper with a complementary action green cleat plate. The player exclusive cleat highlights Thomas’ number 29, which is embroidered on the cleat’s navy heel.
With five interceptions and 100 tackles on the season, the 24-year-old has proven himself as one of the best defensive players in the game today.
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