First unveiled back in March of this year, the Air Jordan 6 "Black Chrome", which is currently slated to drop this November, joins an exciting pack of Fall/Winter releases. And following numerous leaks, official images of said colorway have finally surfaced.
Upon the reveal of the Air Jordan 6 "Black Chrome", many made comparisons to the iconic "DMP". And much like the latter, this pair is constructed almost entirely out of black nubuck, which runs from the toe through to the heel. The adjacent fixtures — such as the lace unit, lining, and the like — are done up in the same neutral, while the Jumpman branding and midsole detailing adjacent opt for "Metallic Silver".
For a closer, official look at the Air Jordan 6 "Black Chrome", check out the official images below.
Following an initial delay from Nike, the Air Jordan 6 "Black Chrome" is now scheduled to land on shelves November 12. Look for it to be available via Nike and select retailers worldwide at a price of $200 USD.