Air Jordan 6 "Washed Denim" GS
White/Dutch Blue/Citron Tint/Black
The introduction of the Air Jordan 6 in 1991 marked a total change of direction compared to the previous model, especially from an aesthetic point of view. The sole is the same as the AJ 5, while the rest is revolutionized. The reinforcements on the front of the shoe, as well as the particular shape of the heel, required by Michael Jordan in person to have more protection on his Achilles tendon, give the shoe a unique look. In pop culture, the AJ 6 was the protagonist of films, comics and cartoons, above all, we remember White Men Can't Jump and Slam Dunk, on the feet of Hanamichi Sakuragi.