Michael Jordan wore the 6 on his way to his first NBA championship in 1991, when it was first released. For the first time, the shoe was retroed in the year 2000, with new colorways and Jumpman logos replacing the original "Nike Air" branding. In 2002, the model was scaled down and released for the first time in low-top shape, as well as women's colorways and sizing.
The Air Jordan 6 Retro received its first complete retro run in 2010 after a couple of one-off releases. Several models, both old and modern, were released during 2014 to commemorate the shoe's 23rd anniversary. Now available at Sneaker Velocity!