For many Michael Jordan fans, the Air Jordan 6 is the most important silhouette in the line's history. This is because the Jordan 6 is the first sneaker Jordan was ever able to win a championship in. The shoe came out in 1991 and has received numerous dope colorways over the years. Perhaps one of the best colorways was the Air Jordan 6 "DMP" which released all the way back in 2006. "DMP" stands for Defining Moments Pack which was a set that came with the aforementioned black and gold Jordan 6, as well as an Air Jordan 11.

Now, the Air Jordan 6 "DMP" is back on its own, after years of begging from eager sneakerheads. As you can see from the Instagram post below, the shoe has a black nubuck upper with gold accents all the way throughout. There is also an icy blue outsole to create a nice contrast on the bottom. Overall, it's a beautiful shoe although unfortunately, the release date is being delayed. The shoe was supposed to drop in March but got pushed back to April 4th. According to @zsneakerheadz, the placeholder release date is now being set for April 11th.

Let us know in the comments below what you think of this sneaker and whether or not you plan on copping.