The Jordan brand continue their 30th anniversary celebrations with another ‘Remastered’ release in the Nike Air Jordan VI Retro Low “Chrome”.
Originally released back in 2002, the shoes initial release was met with a fairly deflated response with no serious hype or store campouts, but its latest iteration is sure to cause a bit of chaos online when it drops. Sticking largely to what we saw in the OG silhouette, the only new addition to the Retro “Chrome” is the icy blue accents on the outsole, which has become hugely popular feature of many of the brands new releases. The low cut “Chrome” features an all over black suede on the upper with perforations on the site panel. Metallic accents on the heel, Jumpman tongue logo and lace lock align with the chrome theme, while tonal lacing and black sole unit complete the shoes clean aesthetic.
The Nike Air Jordan Retro Low “Chrome” will be available with us this coming Saturday (29th of August). Be sure to keep an eye on our social media pages for the latest news on releases. You can shop our current Air Jordan range HERE