Sneakerheads are getting pumped about the new Air Jordan 6 “First Championship” sneakers. A release date hasn’t been unveiled yet but a few photos of the new shoes popped up on Twitter today.
According to KixAndTheCity, the Air Jordan 6 “First Championship” sneakers will be part of Nike’s “Victory Pack.” The shoes commemorate Jordan’s first championship with the Chicago Bulls back in 1991.
Air Jordan 6 “First Championship” looks dope! pic.twitter.com/o3GjlbinY8
— Basketball Forever (@Bballforeverfb) August 18, 2014
— KIX-FILES (@kixfiles) August 18, 2014
— Modern Notoriety (@ModernNotoriety) August 18, 2014
Both “Air Jordan 6” and “First Championship” were trending in the United States this morning, so these sneakers might be hard to get when they finally hit stores. Of course, we don’t know when they’ll be available, how much they’ll cost, or if this will be a limited release. So keep your eyes out for more news about the Air Jordan 6 First Championship.
Michael Jordan won his first of 6 NBA Championships back in 1991 with a supporting cast that consisted of Scottie Pippen, John Paxon, BJ Armstrong, and Horace Grant. Jordan won the MVP, the Finals MVP, and led the league in field goals, points, and average points per game (31.5) during the regular season.
[Image Via Nike Inc]