Jordan 6 Rings Cool Grey

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Another exclusive model is releasing and it'll be a perfect pair to flex for spring. Covered in an official mix of Crimson Tint, Dynamic Yellow, Black, and White -- the sneaker dons a tonal soft yellow hue across its upper while brighter shades of yellow are applied throughout for more vibrance. Finishing details consist of a yellow flower embroidery on the tongue with a black Jumpman overlay, followed by a floral pattern printed on the lining, and a white midsole.

And in a similar vein to the latter, the latest to boil to the surface is word on a 2021 edition of the Jordan Shoes For Men. Fittingly revisited after Travis Scott took up the silhouette, the model is likely to receive every one of its original details: reds and whites comprising the majority of the smooth leather upper. Tooling surely unchanged, though possibly improved internally in secret, its likely to cross every box on the OG checklist, even the "Nike Air" logo hit on its heel.

The Jordan 6 Rings Cool Grey has finally debuted today following brief postponements, and it's essentially an homage to the OG Air Jordan 7 "Hare." Draped in clean white leather overlays with light grey underlays, the theme is further evidenced on its translucent tongue with the iconic "Hare" print, a carrot-themed lace lock, patterned inner lining, and insoles. Finally, infrared hits throughout and across the rubber outsole round out the style. Additionally, the model will be packaged in a special box.

The Buy Now Air Jordan 6 WMNS Smoke Grey is a women's-exclusive iteration of the model done in a clean Black, Light Smoke Grey, Sail, and Chrome color scheme. The mixed-material upper includes the transparent TPU on the midsole and pull tab. Other details on the shoe include the Grey rubber on the tongue, Black suede on the toe and vamp and a Metallic Jumpman hangtag. Hidden features on the shoe include the "Be Kind," "Embrace Uniqueness" and "Spread Love" inspirational messages printed on the sockliner.