In celebration of the Air Jordan 6 30th Anniversary that will be going down next year, the loved “Carmine” iteration will be making a reappearance.
The Carmine Air Jordan 6 has quite the history attached to it. Originally released in 1991, the Carmine iteration was the first ever Air Jordan 6 to introduce colored paneling. It then went to see other re-releases throughout the many years in 2008 and then 2014 but now it will be back in 2021 with sneaker culture at its peak.
The 2021 version will release just like the OG 1991 edition, with the red and white upper. Black also accents the sneaker on the tongue and midsole while a black Jumpman logo adorns the red lace cover across the lacing system. It also will release with OG height and also the coveted Nike Air branding on the heels.
AIR JORDAN 6 “CARMINE” 2021 RELEASE INFORMATION
The Air Jordan 6 “Carmine” will release next year during the 30th Anniversary celebration year. They’ll likely become available at select retailers and Nike.com, in limited numbers due to the high demand for the return. Check out the 1991 version below and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more updates.
UPDATE: The Carmine Air Jordan 6 will be returning early next year for All Star Weekend on February 13th. As always, stay tuned for a first look and further updates.