Only a day after the official preview of http://freshnessmag.com/2014/08/18/air-jordan-6-first-championship/” target=”_blank”>Air Jordan 6 “First Championship”, http://jumpman23.com” target=”_blank”>Jordan Brand announced that the edition will NOT be available to the general public. In simple white with appliqué of speckled navy, translucent elements and red accents, the Air Jordan 6’s patriotic design also marks Chicago Bulls’ win against the Los Angeles Lakers during the 1991 NBA Finals, with Michael Jordan taking home the first of his six NBA Championship titles and NBA Final MVP awards. Unfortunately, in a brief https://twitter.com/Jumpman23″ target=”_blank”>Twitter comment last night, Jordan Brand iterated that the “White/Red-Dark Blue” Air Jordan 6 was a special project only, with no plans for a general release at this time. However, keep in mind there were other “special project” in the past that made it to store shelves months later. So keep an eye out for these till then.
FYI: The ‘White/Red-Dark Blue’ AJ6 was a special project that we do not currently have plans to release.
— Jordan (@Jumpman23) https://twitter.com/Jumpman23/statuses/501854744840007680″>August 19, 2014