June 20, 2014 BY John Kim / 25
Each year, Jordan Brand hones in on one particular Air Jordan model – specifically, the shoe celebrating a 23rd Anniversary. This year, its the Air Jordan VI that’s front and center, but for the first time, the brand is creating a special edition shoe just for that occasion. U.S. goal keeper Tim Howard just showed off the Air Jordan 6 “23rd Anniversary”, which features a full reflective upper, speckling on the midsole, and what appears to be red accents on the heel spoiler. Howard states that just thirty pairs were made and the shoes are strictly a Friends and Family release, but not to worry – there are plenty of AJ6 releases coming the rest of the year. Your thoughts on an all-reflective Air Jordan 6? Give us a memo in the Comments section.
The way I see it is, they might as well not even exist if they only made 30 pairs. I could careless about a sneaker that is basically impossible to own! Not to mention that for such a "Limited" sneaker, its pretty damn Lame!
no one like these so resellers wont buy. as matter a fact stop liking resellers wont know waht to buy