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Say what you will about Jordan Brand’s colorful new approach to commemorating this summer’s 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, but the Air Jordan VI is once again the subject, after an Olympic colorway of the Retro VI was first released in 2000 at the Sydney Games.
This summer’s Jordan Retro VI is inspired by the Olympic Rings, designed by Baron Pierre de Coubertin in 1913 and introduced at the 1920 Olympic Games held in Belgium, after the previous Games were cancelled due to World War I. The five interlocking rings represent the five continents that originally participated in the competition globally recognized for featuring the world’s greatest athletes.
Aside from the colorful midsole, the upper features white cobec, a patent leather-like synthetic, as well as an intricate stitching pattern along the toe inspired by Italian craftsmanship. The stitch pattern is also featured along the Jordan Olympian, which Carmelo Anthony is planning to wear this summer. The Olympic Retro VI will be released on June 7th at select retailers and is priced at $150.