2017 New Air Jordan 6 UNC Championship PE

Shoes - Monday, October 23, 2017.
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New Jordans 2018 designed a special edition Air Jordan 6 UNC Championship PE celebrating the school's championship years. Today, the North Carolina Tar Heels were gifted the limited edition Air Jordan 6 with only 25 pairs made. On display is a pair of never-before-seen Air Jordan 6 "UNC" PEs on display with a tonal navy suede upper. North Carolina's six basketball National Championships are embroidered into the sneaker's heel while the Tar Heels plaid patterns makes its way onto the tongue. Also featured in the display is an original pair of Air Jordan 9 cleats from 1994 in White Sox colors, with MJ's Birmingham Barons jersey number of 45 on the heel, an original Air Jordan 1 PE in the "Chicago" colorway, and a customized pair of Off White Air Jordan 1s made for Michael Jordan.To celebrate the University of North Carolina tar jump heel won the sixth NCCA championship, New Jordans 2016 specifically for it to build a Air Jordan 6. This section is the main tone of the body for the shoes, accompanied by the iconic North Carolina decorative details, and the shoes are also embroidered with 57,82,93,05,09 and 17 pairs of numbers to remember the date of winning. Set to release for the first time ever, this new Air Jordan 6 is believed to be inspired by Michael Jordan's alma mater and features a Black nubuck on the majority of the upper with pops of University Blue placed on the Jumpman on the tongue, heel tab, and the portions of the midsole. This "UNC" pair is clearly on the more subtle side as it features the classic "Infrared" colorblocking with the signature light blue detailing on the midsole, spoiler, lacelock, and Jumpman logos.Jordans 2017 celebrates North Carolina Basketball's championship pedigree by creating a very limited PE colorway of the Air Jordan 6. This exclusive PE colorway of the Air Jordan 6 is limited to only 25 pairs in the entire world and features a white leather upper with Carolina and Navy Blue accents on the tongue, heel tab, inner liner and midsole. Each shoe also features the championship years wrapped on the heels, 3 on the left shoe and 3 on the right shoe.

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Jordans 2017 will bless this retro release with premium tumbled and smooth leather in White, while having Light Steel Grey and Black detailing Throughout. The shoe's signature checkerboard inner liner, along with Red hits completes the original design. Michael Jordan originally debuted the Air Jordan 10 Steel at the Pippen Classic back in 1994. While never actually worn in the NBA, no collection of Air Jordan 10s are officially complete without a pair. For 2018, the classic "Steel" colorway of the Air Jordan 10 is set to make a return.The New Jordans 2016 is much admired by many sneakereads and is highly praised for its silhouette. One specific colorway had sneakerheads on their toes ready to cop a pair because of its minimal design is the Air Jordan 10 Steel. White tumbled leather is seen on the upper with accents of grey and black to finish off the look. That is indeed the case with the Air Jordan 10 Heiress though, a clean new look reminiscent of the Steel X. Rather than the Steel's white however, the Heiress sports a creamy off-white leather upper, offset by inlaid black leather and accents. The shoe also dispenses with its predecessor's eponymous silver striping, instead simply adding off-white there, too, keeping the palette clean and simple.New Jordans 2018, Originally launched in May 1998, the Air Jordan 13 Bred will officially return on August 19th, 2017. All original construction details will mirror the original Air Jordan 13, which includes a reflective upper, carbon fiber shank and cat eye hologram. Michael Jordan wore the "Bred" Air Jordan 13s on every game on the road from the first round to the finals. Dressed in its OG color scheme of Black, True Red and White. Featuring a combination of Black leather and reflective 3M mesh with Red suede for a sleek look.

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