May 16, 2011 BY John Kim
One of the rarest Air Jordan samples ever created is this Air Jordan VI ‘Infrared’ that surfaced in 1999. It features the vibrant Infrared pigment spanning the entire midsole (opposed to just the small portions above the Air window and forefoot) as w well as on the Nike Air stitching on the heel. These samples were at one point intended to be the released version of the 2000 Retro release of the Air Jordan VI ‘Infrared’, but obviously Jordan Brand decided to keep things true to the original and release it with the the original color-blocking on the midsole. Today, these samples fetch a pretty penny and has landed in the hands of the most dedicated of Air Jordan collectors and connoisseurs, but here’s your chance to own a pair for yourself. Continue reading for another look at this storied and infamous Air Jordan sample and check out the asking price from bugginoutboy on eBay.