The Jordans 2017
numbered series has come a long way since it originally released as a Nike Basketball shoe. On the way to the top, it transcended the shoe industry as well as the game itself. The company continues to keep old fans, all the while drawing in new ones. The combination of their new releases and retroing of classic colorways from the AJ numbered series has created a formula for success that is unmatched. An all-new girls colorway of the Air Jordan 6 Retro. Known as the "Still Blues," this pair resembles the unreleased "Pantone" sample from 2010. They feature a blue-based leather upper sitting atop a white sole with translucent hits. Dressed in a similar color scheme as the Pantone, Gift of Flight and UNC, but in a new fresh take. This Air Jordan 6 features a Still Blue tumbled leather upper with contrasting White accents on the logo, pull-tab and midsole. A clean translucent and White outsole with a Still Blue Jumpman completes the look. This pair of North Carolina Air Jordan 6 color information, the moment in the shoe ring caused quite a stir.New Air Jordan Shoes
While the Air Jordan 7 Pantone is set to debut next month, this forthcoming Air Jordan 6 GS bears a similar color scheme, although, rendered in Still Blue. Although this Air Jordan 6 GS and Air Jordan "Pantone" series exactly the same, this is the name "Still Blue". The upper card to the north card blue-based, white in the end with the milky white crystal bottom to bring the visual impact of the infinite. Litchi leather shoes will also bring a comfortable wearing experience. Somewhat reflective of MJ's alma mater as well — University of North Carolina — the basketball sneaker is simply treated in the defining vibrant tone across its premium tumbled leather upper. Complementing the design are crisp white accents gracing the logo, pull-tab and midsole unit, while it's topped off with a milky translucent outsole.New Jordans 2017
Tumbled and smooth leather drape the Air Jordan 6 Retro draped in a "still blue," which resembles the Pantone colorway. The light blue upper is contrasted with the stark white on the midsole, heel tab stripe and branding, and tongue logo. An icy sole, the signature of the Air Jordan 6, appears on the outsole for a clean finish. What is there to say else than Hatfield created another classic. This time with a rubber tounge featuring two holes which the bearer could use to easily get the kicks on. He kept the idea with clear rubber soles and lace locks from the Air Jordan 5 (V)s but apart from that this felt like a brand new AJ design.