Jordan Brand has gifted its athletes with some special sneakers. In 2019, the brand gave out the ‘Dress Code’ Air Jordan 4 PE, and for 2021, we have the Air Jordan 6 ‘Fraternity’ PE Collection.
Each unique Air Jordan 6 was given to athletes across the MLB, NBA, WMNA, and NFL. Furthermore, each pair has a Greek alphabet-inspired lettering that’s dedicated to their respective sport. All the pairs have premium suede on the upper, embroidery on the forefoot, and Metallic lace locks. Lastly, the pairs come housed in a special wooden box.
Below, you can check out more images of the Air Jordan 6 ‘Fraternity’ PE Collection that will give you a closer look. Sadly, the pairs are not scheduled to release at retailers.
Update (12/13): Yesterday Christmas came early for professional athletes signed to Jordan Brand. We saw 3 different colorways of a Jordan 6 make its round by NFL, NBA, and MLB players signed to the brand. Today English Sole gives us an up-close look at the NBA pair. This pair comes dressed in buttery purple suede with a deeper purple outsole, laces, liner, tongue, and heel tab. Around the shoe, we see hits of a metallic blue on the midsole and stitching.
The pair dons a unique amount of embroidery that comes in the form of a greek crest on the heel, foliage on the toe box, and greek lettering on the front of the shoes below the lace locks. To top it all off, Jordan Brand included a gold lace lock, and some teal quilted leather insoles to wrap things up. Each player was then gifted a special engraved box with their name on it to cap things off. It’s rumored that under 25 pairs of these are made.
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