Official Images Of The Air Jordan 6 “Georgetown”

Over the course of the past few years, Michael Jordan’s Alma Mater, UNC, has enamored much of sneaker culture, with many parading the school’s signature colors via numerous Air Jordans. But with the advent of the Air Jordan 1 85 “Georgetown,” it seems the Tar Heels are starting to see a bit of competition; and this upcoming, Hoyas-themed Air Jordan 6 has surely invited more fans to the stands.

Introduced back in March of this year, official images of the Air Jordan 6 “Georgetown” have finally surfaced. And unlike its AJ1-shaped counterpart, this pair opts for a near full suede construction, which features the school’s signature grey all throughout. Even the tongue, laces, and heel pull follow suit, albeit alongside a series of “College Navy” accents, which mark the lace toggle, trims, and near every instance of the Jumpman logo.

For a closer, official look at the Air Jordan 6 “Georgetown,” check out the official images below. These are currently slated to release in September, doing so through Nike SNKRS as well as select retailers.

In other news, official images of the Air Jordan 1 Stealth have also appeared.

A release date is expected on September 3rd, 2022.

Air Jordan 6 “Georgetown”Release Date: Sep 3rd, 2022 (Saturday)Color: Magnet/College Navy

Mens: $200Style Code: CT8529-012

Per: SneakerNews

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