- Comfortable for hours
- Stylishly sporty
- Very durable
- Supports the ankle reliably
- Grippy on slippery surfaces
- Lighter than other Jordan models
- Keeps the foot secured
- Easy-to-clean upper
- Looks even better up close
- Difficult to put on
- Leather creases quickly
Who should buy the Jordan 6 Rings
This mid-top sneaker suits you if you:
- are searching for a robust sneak that has ample ankle support
- prefer easy-to-clean and stylish bball kick suitable for daily wear
- love wearing footwear with Huarache-like glove lining for a lock-in feel
- want to wear grippy footwear on different kinds of surfaces
Who should NOT buy it
Jordan 6 Rings: Big in comfort and style
We tried wearing this as a lifestyle sneaker with denim, sweats, and shorts, the Jordan 6 Rings and it did not fail to impress us with its exceptional step-in comfort, fitting for the streets and on the court. It has springy cushioning and ample padding that keeps our feet comfy and protected even when we wear it for hours.
Keeps the foot in place
This sneaker keeps our feet snugly secured without necessitating us to tie the shoelaces. Thanks to its Huarache-like lining that perfectly covers the foot like a sock, we don't need to worry about slinging our shoe when we've got loose laces.
Two thumbs up when it comes to style
We are amazed how this sneaker looks even more stylish in real life than in the photos. The Jordan 6 Rings look fashionable on feet whether we are in or out of the court. Built with a chunky silhouette that effectively highlights the best parts of the seven shoes that the famous Jordan wore in his prime, we love that it remains stylish, elegant, and at the same time bold.
Released in a wide array of eye-catching hues, the Jordan 6 Rings has a shiny leather overlay and a rugged sole. We realised that these features enhance the overall durability while adding a unique casual appeal. Also, it has small yet attractive accents, such as the woolly "Jumpman" logo and "TWO3" stitching on the tongue, as well as the "Jumpman" emblem on the front, which we found to make this pair more attractive.
The outsole that mixes solid and translucent rubber improves its aesthetics and increases its traction performance. This detail reliably keeps us on our feet on dry cement, wet tiles, and asphalt pavement.
Thanks to its premium make and top-notch quality materials, we are able to enjoy this pair longer than our usual basketball sneakers. We did not notice any visible wear after donning this pair countless times.
Supports the ankle
Its mid-top collar height hugs our ankles securely while providing us with ample cushioning. We found this suitable for quick movements on and off the hardcourts.
Worth its price!
Despite its hefty price tag, around 20% higher than the average Jordan sneakers, we believe the Jordan 6 Rings sneaker is a good buy considering its quality and robustness.
Despite creasing quickly, we enjoy its shiny leather upper that we learned is easy to clean and to maintain spotless for a long period.
Chunky yet light on feet
Worry not about its weight, as we deemed this model as one of the light iterations of the Jordan lineup.
Jordan 6 Rings' inception
The Jordan 6 Rings was a sneaker that combined all the shoes MJ used at the peak of his career. Launched in 2008, 20 years after his retirement as a Chicago Bulls player, the Jordan 6 Rings release date celebrated his and his team's NBA championship triumphs in 1991-1993 and 1996-1998.
Air Jordan enthusiasts will readily detect the Jordan XI's and XIII's influence in the design of this shoe. The former shares its classy look with the addition of patent leather and ribbed mesh upper, while the latter gives it a somewhat aggressive appearance with its sole that resembles a panther's paw.
The detailing borrowed from other AJ models, although subtle, made this shoe even more attractive. Its lace locks and heel loops were acquired from the Jordan VI; the Huarache style sockliner was taken from the VII, while its fuzzy tongue logo, Phylon Zoom Air, and Velcro strap all came from the Air Jordan VIII. To complete its look, it also adopted the XII's "TWO3 logo" stitching on the tongue as well as the XIV's "Jumpman" logo at the bottom of the tongue.