Air Jordan 6 Olympic Midnight Navy Fall 2012

Jordan six generations, was launched in 1990. Because in 90-91 the Bulls win of the season to make a difference. 6th generation was first proposed in the design of interlocking rubber laces loose concept, this loose closely at that time very popular, and designers to apply it to six generations of shoelaces, which can easily fasten shoelaces also play a very A good decorative effect. Was advanced translucent rubber sole, the sole use of enhanced grip. If you look closely will find the words hidden in the shoes of "23", two large patterns in the upper side support, three is a pattern of the soles of the outside bottom.Our store has a large sellection of jordan 6shoes ,the most hot sale shoes in this month should be the Jordan 6 Olympic shoes .All shoes in our website are authentic, and we can ship orders within 24 hours.

Jordan Brand plans to bring the London Olympic games in with a bang as news has just hit the web that the Jordan 6 Olympic 2012, originally released back in September of 2000, has been confirmed as new release for 2012.Highly sought after and highly priced, the sneakers has escaped the retro world for the last decade. A white and midnight blue upper grace the shoe, along with a matching midsole and clear outsole. Red lace locks and a Jumpman are added to complete this Olympic colorway. Stay tuned for more details coming soon.

Although never sported by MJ himself, this colorway still remains one of the most popular versions of the Air Jordan VI. The kicks are nicknamed the "Olympic" VI’s because they were seen on the feet of Jordan Brand’s Ray Allen during the 2000 Sidney Olympics. But be sure not to get these mixed up with the 2007 Olympic VI’s. These feature navy blue and white leather uppers that make a great color combo. Jordan 6 Olympic For Sale The rubber outsole is clear, as usual, and the tongue is black. The shoe is completed with red lace locks and red Jumpmans.

At the end of last year we told you guys about several upcoming releases including the Air Jordan 6 Retro Olympic and Air Jordan 6 / 7 Olympic Pack, both of which were releasing to coincide with the upcoming Summer Olympics, which will take place in London. We saw the Jordan 7 Olympic 2012 release in 2010 as part of the "For the Love of the Game" collection, with the only difference between it and and this version being a gold heart and basketball logo near the heel. These are a definitely must have, and will be hitting Jordan Brand accounts in July.

The 2012 London Olympics are set to officially kick off on July 27, and the entire world is waiting in anticipation. The past decade has seen international competition stiffen across many sports, and the same can be said for Olympic themed sneakers. Nearly every major sneaker brand will be offering some type of shoe inspired by this summer’s London games. Brand Jordan is no stranger to celebrating the Olympics with special edition shoes; you might recall MJ donning the Jordan 7 Olympic in Barcelona, as he and the ’92 Dream Team absolutely destroyed the competition. They were so good, in fact, that coach Chuck Daly didn’t call a single timeout the entire tournament.

Jordan 7 Olympic For Sale This time around, Brand Jordan is going all out, with a "Gold Medal" pack, the aforementioned Air Jordan 7, as well as the Air Jordan 6 (VI) "Olympic," which first debuted in 2000. While the pack features two new colorways, long-time sneakerheads will have no problem appreciating the latter two releases. The real difficulty will be in deciding which one is worth your hard earned dough. You really can’t go wrong with any of these kicks in your effort to wave the red white and blue!Scroll through the pictures and let us know in the comments section which release has the most hype.