The Air Jordan 6 will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2021, and the classic Air Jordan 6 “Carmine” from 1991 will be returning next year to celebrate. The shoe, known for its bold color block, first released in 1991 and retroed for the first time as part of a Countdown Pack in 2008. Receiving a retro in 2008 as part of a “Countdown Pack” followed by another appearance in 2014, the 2021 version will don the OG aesthetic, via its OG height and “Nike Air” branding on the heels, just like the 1991 edition. The shoe is executed with white and red uppers — the latter color being referred to as carmine — and hits of black throughout. It also features Nike Air branding on the heel, which is a nod to its original launch in 1991. Everything from the colors, to the shape, materials, and Nike Air logo on the heel have been carefully put together to mimick the original. Along the upper, the construction bears a smooth leather all throughout, its panels color blocked along the unders with the signature red and atop the overlays with a neutral white. Perforations accent all across the profile up to a tongue that’s shrouded with nylon shields and accompanied by matching lace locks.