Originally releasing in 1991 and worn by Michael Jordan during the first half of the ’91-’92 season, the “Air Jordan 6 Carmine” introduced the most bold and daring color-blocking on an Air Jordan to date, creating a highly visible contrast with the alternate red and white on the upper. Since the Air Jordan 1, nearly all of Air Jordans stuck to an all-white or all-black composition to comply with league regulations. Over the years, the Jordan 6 “Carmine” grew in its status and was near the top of retro wishlists for years, finally returning in 2008 as part of the memorable year-long Collezione initiative. The first and only standalone retro release arrived in 2014, but without the key “Nike Air” detail on the heel that is proudly featured in the 2021 release.

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