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384664-130 Nike Air Jordan 6 Olympic Midnight Navy

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About 384664-130 Nike Air Jordan 6 Olympic Midnight Navy

Jordan 6 Olympic 2012 Edition Will Be Released This Year. Colorway: Midnight Navy / Varsity Red – White. Stay Tuned To Buy Air Jordan Online Store For More Updates. This is the Air Jordan VI (6) Retro "Olympic" 2012. With the 2012 Summer Olympics coming up in the middle of the year Nike and Air Jordan have sequence of releases set to blow your minds. The first is a retro of the AJ VI (6) Olympic released for the 2000 Olympics. The only difference is a swap of the navy and white on the front midsole. The change will let collectors know the difference between the two retroes, something we've been seeing more of lately like with the Air Jordan X (10) "Chicago" having a red Jumpman on the back and a checkered inner lining. Many are anticipating this Olympic release and it is clear that they will sell out instantly. If you want to avoid the craziness upon release, pre-order a pair here with us. MJ himself was not on the court in the Sydney, but his shoes were present. Ray Allen and Vin Baker were both Jordan Team members as well as members of the 2000 Olympic Team that won Gold. Nike released the shoes that the two JB athletes were wearing at Niketowns limited to just 3,000 pairs. This was the first retro model to be a Niketown exclusive and the first to have a “limited” run. To many the shoes were a navy version of the Carmines with the color blocking resembling the original.