From a quick tease by Jordan Brand to a better view of the Air Jordan 6 Low “Oreo,” which was actually given to the co-MVP of the recent 2015 Jordan Brand Classic game, Allonzo Trier.

New images of the forthcoming silhouette have emerged to better showcase the model’s build. Originally released back in 2010, the “Oreo” edition of the Air Jordan 6 is listed as one of possibly three colorways that’s slated to release this year in conjunction with Jordan Brand’s 30th anniversary. Overall the low-top sneaker stays true to its original counterpart, executed in Jordan Brand’s remastering initiative, as its Black nubuck base is enveloped by White leather overlays.

Finished off with matching White laces alongside Metallic Silver lace locks, speckle detailing are applied on the midsole and heel tab, all while resting atop an icy translucent outsole.

Rumors suggest that the Air Jordan 6 Low “Oreo” will make its return sometime this Summer 2015.

Stay tuned in to KicksOnFire for official release details and images as the information arises.

Images: trey_steiger


Author’s Take

Thank you Jordan Brand 🙏. I’ve always been a fan of this colorway and of course the Air Jordan 6 itself. I’m thankful they didn’t add Blue-ish tint outsoles, but again, this isn’t official.

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