In the world of Air Jordans, anything that is a low-cut version does not get as much love as conventional Air Jordans. Sure, the Air Jordan 1 Low (in non-OG form) has been a hit as of late, but any low-cut Air Jordans is a hit-or-miss affair. Take the Air Jordan 11 Low for example: depends on the colorway or the iteration, not all versions are an instant hit.

A good example is the White Bred colorway, which restocked several times locally before they actually got sold out.

That being said, Jordan Brand is taking a gamble on low-cut Air Jordans for next year. Aside from plans to release the Air Jordan 1 Low in its true OG form, new reports say that the Air Jordan 6 Low—a silhouette that was last seen in 2015—is coming back next year according to House of Heat.

According to House of Heat, the Air Jordan 6 Low is returning in SP form, so expect premium materials to be used. It also mentioned a color mix that consists of White, Black, Tour Yellow, and Total Orange—a color blocking that sounds like an alternate take to the Infrared colorway that dropped in 2015.

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With that in mind, House of Heat shared mock-ups of the said sneaker with the corresponding colors, and we kind of dig it. We do hope Jordan Brand sticks to the same color blocking, as this might be a hit for the underrated silhouette.

Speaking of Jordans, the brand is set to drop an affordable, less-hyped alternative to the Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 High.


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