Sneakerheads might be familiar with the Air Jordan 6 Low GS “Mint Foam,” which recently made its retail debut on July 8th, 2017 at a price of $120. The sneaker looks identical to the Air Jordan 13 GS colorway of the same name, which will be joining the Air Jordan releases 2017 that hit the shelves later this month. THis Air Jordan 6 Low colorway has nubuck upper with textured leather underlays, dressed up predominantly in a dark Anthracite hue and featuring Mint Foam-colored detailing. It seems that two of Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan 6 releases for the Fall and Winter months have also been unveiled.
The first of these is apparently a wheat colorway of the Air Jordan 6 that is being referred to as the “Golden Harvest,” perhaps because it is arriving in Fall 2017. Instagram user @spicychickenwings is the one who shared its photos. Living up to the nickname that it has been given, this sneaker has premium suede uppers dressed up entirely in brownish Wheat hue, including matching laces, with perforations on the sides. Most of its midsoles are covered in the a Sail hue, which also appears over the “Jumpman” logo featured over each tongue, while it is also equipped with milky, translucent outsoles.
Finally, there is the highly awaited Air Jordan 6 “UNC,” which will be among Jordan Brand’s Holiday Air Jordan releases 2017. Featured above is one of many photos of the sneaker that were recently leaked on Instagram by @retro_77. Drawing inspiration from Michael Jordan’s alma mater, the nubuck uppers of this sneaker are dressed up almost entirely in sleek Black, while areas like the branding, lacelocks and midsoles sport hits of North Carolina Blue. The color blocking featured on this sneaker is actually somewhat identical to that of the Air Jordan 6 “Infrared.”
Although a confirmed date has not been revealed, the Air Jordan 6 “Golden Harvest” is being rumored for a Fall 2017 release so it will make its retail debut somewhere in November. As for the Air Jordan 6 “UNC,” it will be one of the final sneakers of 2017 that Jordan Brand drops because it is scheduled to arrive at retailers on December 30th, i.e. by the end of this year.