One of the most beloved Jordan models of all-time is the Air Jordan 6 and for good reason. It was the first shoe Jordan won a championship in, all the way back in 1991. Throughout the years, it has been given a plethora of colorways although unfortunately, not every single one has made it to the market. Back in 2020, Jumpman created an "Aqua" colorway that was based on the Air Jordan 8 with the exact same name. This offering never got to see the light of day, although a few sample pairs have remained out there.

Recently, one of those samples was sold, which led to some detailed images from the likes of Instagram user @depeche23mode. In the post below, you can see that the sneaker has a mostly black suede upper while the midsole is turquoise and purple. The outsole, which is typically icy blue, has yellowed quite a bit, which only makes sense when you consider how the shoe is 10 years old.

Since this is a sample, you shouldn't be expecting these to drop anytime soon, although sometimes it's just fun to look back at the history of Jordan Brand and think about what could have been.

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