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Footwear Aug 18, 2014

Air Jordan 6 “First Championship”

Conceived to commemorate Michael Jordan’s first ever championship victory with the Chicago Bulls, this new iteration of the Air Jordan 6 follows the re-release of the Air Jordan 3, and features just the right balance of retro coloring and… Read more
Music Aug 4, 2014

Listen to Nicki Minaj’s New Track “Anaconda”

Nicki Minaj drops the track “Anaconda” from her upcoming album The Pink Print. Just as impactful as the track itself, the Trinidadian rapper poses seductively on the cover art in a pair of Air Jordan 6 “Game Royal” sneakers. The … Read more
Footwear Feb 9, 2014

Air Jordan 6 Retro ‘Infrared’

The other day we presented to you the all-new Air Jordan 6 Retro “Infrared 23″ and one of the main inspirations of that basketball shoe is actually coming back in its original colorway this month – the Air Jordan 6 … Read more
Sneakers Jun 12, 2010

Air Jordan 6 Retro

The iconic white and varsity red Air Jordan 6 returns for the footwear brand’s 25th anniversary. Straight classic. If you know, you know. Available June 12, 2010 at Jordan retailers. Read more
Sneakers Apr 16, 2010

Air Jordan 6 Retro “Lakers Edition”

After the Detroit Pistons edition, Jordan Brand presents the latest Air Jordan 6 Retro, this time inspired by the LA Lakers. The basketball sneaker comes in a black/varsity purple7varsity maize colorway and will be released on May 15th. Read more
Sneakers Apr 8, 2010

Air Jordan 6 Retro “Detroit Pistons”

The latest Air Jordan 6 Retro is inspired by the Detroit Pistons team colors. The shoe features a black suede and patent leather upper with a grey, red, and speckled blue midsole all set atop a clear and red outsole. … Read more
Sneakers Feb 2, 2010

Nike Air Jordan 6 “Oreo”

The Air Jordan VI “Orea” colorway will be released very soon. Inspired by the iconic cookie, the sneaker comes with a white/black upper, featuring splinkled details on the midsole, heel and tongue. Opium Rotterdam has the sneaker on… Read more
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