As of now, the only Air Jordan One6 One7 colorways we’ve seen are two worn by Mike Bibby and athe white-metallic silver that’s set to drop in Summer 2010. The Air Jordan One6 One7 – or the 16.5 Low – comvines the Air Jordan 16.5 midsole with a redesigned upper that stays true to the XVI and XVII inspiration. While playing ball in Air Jordans might be breaking a sneakerhead law, the Team Jordans have been known to perform exceptionally well – a true testament to Jordan Brand’s focus on high-tech performance. This new black/white colorway – aka the Concord One6 One7 – is just the latest of colorways (despite being for kids), but perhaps more colorways will arrive. Continue reading for a better look and let us know if the Air Jordan One6 One7 would be a good choice for summer-time hooping. via kinstor.