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2020 Floral Air Jordan 6 GS that drops on February 6th

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Jordans 2019 Cheap is set to release a brand new Air Jordan 6 GS "Floral" colorway during the month of February ahead of the spring season. Bearing youthful motifs and a palette not overtly feminine, the pair plays quite obviously with a Spring ethos, shining a light on yellow shades with sunflower pastels dyed to a nubuck base and more vibrant alternatives placed on accent duty. Elsewhere, soles balance with sparing wide shades, making their way to the lace toggle through the Jumpman insignia; just below, in what lies at the core of the entire presentation, is embroidered floral embellishment.
This Air Jordan 6 comes dressed in a Crimson Tint, Dynamic Yellow, Black and White color combination. Looking closer it features Yellow across the upper while constructed with leather and a darker shade of Yellow is seen on the heel, part of the midsole and liner. Highlighting the shoe is an embroidered Yellow flower on the tongue with a Black Jumpman overlay. A floral printed liner atop a White midsole and translucent outsole completes the design.
New Air Jordans 2019 will be celebrating its 35th Anniversary of the original Air Jordan 1 High in 2020 with an upcoming "New Beginnings" Pack as well as this upcoming pair. To release alongside the footwear, Jordan Brand will also be launching a "Jordan Unite" collection inspired by the way basketball unites communities. Dressed in a Varsity Red, Summit White, and Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 features a Black upper with Red leather overlays atop a White midsole and Red rubber outsole.

asked Jan 23 in holidays by sh460121 (3,620 points)  
    

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