December 3rd, 2015 by Zack Schlemmer
By 1990, the amazing designs of the Air Jordan III, IV, and V propelled Michael Jordan’s signature line to the most popular and coveted sneakers on the planet. This trio of models made for no easy task when it came to a follow-up effort for 1991’s new Air Jordan. But as we now know, sneaker genius Tinker Hatfield continued his hot streak, giving the world another one of the most beloved Air Jordans of them all. Just in time for the return of the last yet-to-be-retroed original colorway of the iconic model, this week’s edition of Jordan 101 details the design and historical significance of the Air Jordan VI.