Detailed Looks // Air Jordan 6 “Washed Denim”

Detailed Looks // Air Jordan 6 “Washed Denim”

Remember that time we posted the leak about the “Washed Denim” Air Jordan 6? Neither do we, but it’s right here. In fact, it was well over a year ago, on June 16th, 2018. The news that came courtesy of Pinoe77 (what the hell happened to that guy, anyway?) was said to be arriving alongside an accompanying Air Jordan 4 — but while that is yet to surface, the Air Jordan 6 has, and it was pretty close to our original mockup.

The pair sports blue washed denim on the heel and “M 23” overlays, while underlays arrive in an almost-white washed fabric. Trimming is all in black paired with white accents, and capping off the Levi’s feel is a leather Jumpman-branded lace overlay and vibrant red lace lock.



Take a peep at the projected Air Jordan 6 “Washed Denim” in detail below, and you can expect these to arrive these holidays in full-family sizing on December 28th, with the men’s pairs retailing for $200.

Note: This is not the Levi’s x Air Jordan 6 that’s rumored for 2020 — we’ll have more info on that release soon — but it’s likely that that release was mistaken for these.

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Air Jordan 6 “Washed Denim”

Style Code: CT5350-401
Color: Washed Denim/Sail/Varsity Red/Black
Release Date: December 28th, 2019
Price: $200

Where to Buy:
Nike.com
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Detailed Looks // 







Images: @nofake_master



Mock up //

Further info provided by @zSneakerheadz (which we’ve recreated via Photoshop to give you a better idea of the release) indicates a tri-tone washed blue denim upper, sporting its lightest shade on the underlays, it’s darkest at the midfoot and the middle-color in the rear. It sits atop a black sole unit splashed with sail detail at the forefoot. Sail surfaces again the tongue and lower lacestay. as well as the heel pull detail. Completing the design are black liners and laces, and milky-white outsoles.

Source: @zSneakerheadz

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