The Air Jordan 6 Retro “Spizike” is a special edition Air Jordan 6 Retro celebrating the 25th anniversary of Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” and his role in Air Jordan Brand’s history. The shoe features red tumbled leather upper with light green tones. Inside the shoe you can see graphic representation of Jordan’s history during Spizike years.
The original Air Jordan VI debuted in 1991 with Tinker Hatfield as a designer. The sneakers have a huge history, as Michael Jordan wore them when he won his first championship. The Jordan VI was noticed in the movie “White Men Can't Jump”. It was also the last Air Jordan sneaker with Nike’s logo on it.