PK God Jordan 6 (19)


The Air Jordan 6 is a popular basketball sneaker designed by Tinker Hatfield for Nike and first released in 1991. It was worn by Michael Jordan during his 1991-92 season with the Chicago Bulls, during which he won his second NBA championship.
The Air Jordan 6 features a mid-top design with a visible Air-Sole unit in the heel for added cushioning and support. It also features a leather upper with plastic accents on the sides and a unique "spoiler" on the back of the heel. The sneaker is known for its unique lace design, which includes two holes near the ankle for added support and a "tongue loop" for easy on and off.
The Air Jordan 6 has been released in many colorways and collaborations with various designers and artists. Some notable colorways include the "Infrared" (black and red) and "Carmine" (white and red) colorways, as well as collaborations with designers like Travis Scott and Aleali May.
The replica sneaker manufacturer "PK God", known for its high quality, copied the Air Jordan 6 series and named it PK God Jordan 6. All the materials used are consistent with the original factory, and the quality is 1:1, which is the first choice for Air Jordan 6 lovers.