July 13, 2014 BY Brendan Dunne / 27
We can only hope that this Air Jordan 6 is as easy to acquire as the white/infrared pair that came before it in 2014. You’ll remember that those were available at plenty of spots the weekend after their release, and indeed popped up again quickly thereafter thanks to some appreciated restocks. Whether or not that’s the case with the Air Jordan 6 “Black/Infrared” remains to be seen – do keep in mind that Black Friday Jordans have sort of been a historically tough get. Continue reading to see how this year’s release is shaping up and stay tuned to Sneaker News as the pair approaches.
Air Jordan 6 “Black/Infrared”
Style Code: 385664-023
Release Date: 11/28/14
I got the 2010's and I do perfer the clear sole especially on these but the paint on the sole was a little sloppy so I'm gonna try and get this black friday release after all this is a classic and these will be an instant sell out
and honestly ppl are complaining for no real reason... it looks more red than pink, esp in these pics compared to others...
i know someone has probably already answered this, and not that it matters because i'm getting them anyway, but why were these increased to 185? since the white's (infrared and sport blue) are both 170.... they all the same model, so!?
$185? XD Jordan brand gonna increase the price $15 for 2015 equaling $200. Or be inspired by "resellers".
This is hands down my most anticipated sneaker release of the year!!! and I never double up but these I neeed 2pairs!! if possible
Im copping 2 pairs and getting them redone to match my 2000 Pair. that Infrared is too light just like the white pair. The do need to show compared to the white pair though.
tomorrow on sneakernews: "another look at the same damn shoe"....everyday they highlight the same shoe....and no one thinks jb is paying this site???
I love how sneaker news gives you this fake sense of hope comparing these to the white pair. Though I think these will be attainable in no way will they be as easy as the white pair no black or playoff version of any Jordan in any number is that's just facts. As far as quality I'm not the one with high expectations for sneakers that aren't from Europe to be durable past 5 wears but u can keep em clean people it is what it is. Strength is in numbers when it comes to kicks more you have the less you have to depend on a certain pair. for these though I say Instacop, Robocop either way I'm getting two pairs.
Quality wise, they look like they're made like those thunder 14s everyone kept complaining about. No one whining now, huh?
Can't wait!!! Honestly if I'm able to get these and the sport blue 6s ill be cool until the bugs bunny 7s
@kshaun12 Every fall expect a price increase regardless of the model.
@Sneaker_Apprecitor The 2000 pair is Deep Infrared. The 2014 pair is Infrared. Your the sneaker appreciator but you don't appreciate the original color ways. Smh take this L.
@Iseeulookin973 its an easy cop man. I have honestly never not gotten a GR release off of Nike. If you're quick and efficient then its automatic man. Trust me on this.
@Hustle Hard lol.. then dont buy it
@Hustle Hard You hustle hard but you can't do your homework. Smh
@BackseatJuice @Sneaker_Apprecitor Ok so obviously you are here to troll. Try it with someone else. First: It's you're not your. Secondly: "Take this L"? What are you talking about? This is a forum not a competition so chill the fuck out. Its irrelevant if the color is "Deep Infrared" or just "Infrared".My point is that as a person that has owned the original pair and owns a 2000 pair, the color is off and not what I remember, so I am going to have my pair painted to match the original. Maybe you should do some research instead of running your mouth to attempt to sound smart. Below.. is an original pair from 1991