Jordan 6 Chrome: Treating the Ladies to Some Smokey Shades!
It’s a beautiful day for some new fresh kicks. And the Jordan fall collection is a gift to the sneakerheads around the world. Pairs like Air Jordan 1 Biohack already dropped, and pairs are dropping soon like Jordan 5 Oregon. However, Jordan Brand has more drops up its sleeve. To be exact, the upcoming Jordan 6 Chrome is definitely up there among our season favorites!
Jordan 6 Chrome: A Pair Fit for A Queen
The ladies get their share of women-exclusive sneakers especially Jordans. We can still remember the pretty Jordan 1 Igloo and Jordan 11 Concord Sketch! In September though, the lady sneakerheads are getting the new Jordan 6 Chrome, and honestly? It’s everything they’ll need this season. The kicks feature a rich mix of colors and materials. The black and grey suede covers most of the upper, while we get a hint of transparent TPU on the side panels. Moreover, the tongue and heel tabs come in grey rubber. The midsole is a mix of white and black while the outsole includes the ice we all like! Finally, the silver Jumpman hangtag is the perfect touch to a classy pair.
The kicks will be exclusively available for the ladies. And because the colorway is so simple, these will be the easiest to rock! However, if you’re a lady copping to flex, or a guy copping for your partner, you’ll need to be ready. The fight to get this pair won’t be easy, especially because the kicks are very winter-ready! No offense, we love crazy colorways we’re getting from Dunks. But sometimes, we just need black sneakers for that perfect style and fit.
Release Date: September 24, 2020
Style Code: CK6635-001
Retail Price: $190
Avg. Resale Value: N/A
Jordan 6 Chrome Isn’t Really New?
Although we’re loving this new women-exclusive release, we’d like to go on a trip through memory lane. Let’s go all the way back to 2002. That’s when we got a low-top Jordan 6 Chrome, and it was an all-black pair of kicks with a chrome lace lock! These kicks were the first low-top edition of the Jordan 6. The kicks currently resell for an average of $230. This might not sound like much, but if we consider the fact that back in 2002 the kicks retailed for $120, it is a win!
13 years later, Jordan 6 Chrome re-emerged with a teeny tiny change. The ice outsole bore a blue tint instead of the clear one it bore in 2002. The kicks retailed for $175 and currently resell for $243 on average. However, I’d like to point out that the kicks are becoming more valuable the older they’re getting! In fact, they’re reselling for more than $300 in 2020!
Chromes Coming Soon!
The new Jordan 6 Chrome will be dropping on Nike SNKRS. So lucky for you, ANB2.0 is the best and only Nike bot you’ll need to get the kicks. And if you don’t have ANB 2.0, keep it locked on our Twitter, there’s always a little something for everybody!
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