Air Jordan VI (6) Sample - White / Gold

As most sneakerheads can vividly remember, the Air Jordan Defining Moments Package (DMP) released back in 2006, and it was composed of an Air Jordan XI (11) and an Air Jordan VI (6). The AJ6 from the package featured a black base with metallic gold accents. The majority of people loved it, and the “DMP” Air Jordan VI is still a greatly sought after sneaker today. Now, more than three years later, we see a glimpse of what could have been the pair included in the package rather than the black based sneaker. This pair features a white upper with gold accents seen on the heel, midsole, inner lining, and tongue. As previously mentioned this white/gold Air Jordan VI (6) is only a sample, and is not slated to release in the future.

Via Kenlu.

Air Jordan VI (6) Sample - White / Gold

Air Jordan VI (6) Sample - White / Gold

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  1. dont get me wrong,tha DMP is tha best pacc to date but if they would have put tha white base VI's in it ….their would never be a better pacc!!! I say tha becuz i like white shoes better than balcc

  2. I would rock them. but they still made the right choice with going with the black/gold colorway

  3. wow forget the 11's, they shouldve just released both 6s in both colorways. that wouldve been hot! but idk if it wouldve made sense. lol wouldve been hot tho!!

  4. They are using the white and Gold 6 colorway for the Gold Olympics pack that is coming out.