New Air Jordan 6 Retro 2016 is available now

This time with 2016 Jordan Shoes which the bearer could use to easily get the kicks on. He kept the idea with clear rubber soles and lace locks from the Air Jordan 5’s but apart from that this felt like a brand new AJ design for the Air Jordan 6. Although adults won’t be able to squeeze their feet into a pair, this Air Jordan 6 “Green Glow” is undoubtedly worth a look. The Green Glow execution may in fact work better here than on the 4’s. The model toggles back and forth between black and cement grey at the paneling while the gleaming green hue hits the Jumpman at the tongue, lace lock, midsole and outer.Right before the retro release of the black/black-infra-red Air Jordan 6, pictures were published on webpages where it showed that they had reversed the mid-sole colors so that the red was now black and vice versa.
Earlier this year in March, New Jordans 2017 had unveiled a brand new model under its NikeLab banner. This new silhouette appeared to be quite contemporary and had a premium touch to it. However, This brand new silhouette that Nike named the Air Safari Royal makes it obvious that it is a variation of the classic and iconic Air Safari. It turns out that Nike have just dropped two brand new colorways of this Air Safari Royal men’s shoe at the same time.The Air Safari was one of Nike’s first models to that was not limited to the world of sports, but was rather designed to be a kind of luxury sneaker. However, the Air Safari Royal takes that element of luxury to a whole new level. This upset a whole lot of collectors and the word “butchered” was what would define this way of “destroying” the classic Air Jordan 6. Nike kept their ears to the street and made the Air Jordan 6 just like the original keeping their followers happy.
In the early 1980’s, 2017 Air Jordan Shoes made a surprising move by introducing the first women’s athletic shoe. In 1989, Reebok targeted the world of basketball sneakers by introducing the Pump. They designed the sneakers specifically to be worn on the court. The shoe was equipped with an air bladder and its tongue featured a small pump to inflate the bladder, Nike proceeded to unveil the Pump ATR (Above the Rim) in 2005 during the NBA All-Star weekend, which featured the air bladder on the outer ankle. Not only did Allen Iverson return to sport this non-signature sneaker, but even Yao Ming wore it during the 2005 All-Star game.