Jordan 6 Infrared, Hypercross Trainer Northern Lights, Jordan 1 x Fragment on Today in Sneaks

The Air Jordan 6 Black/Infrared for Black Friday, the Nike Zoom Hypercross Trainer is inspired by the Northern Lights, not the “Galaxy,” and another look at the Air Jordan 1 x Fragment.

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I am Jacques Slade and these are your top stories of the day on the Jordan 1, the Hypercross Trainer, and Jordan 6 in Black/INfrared.

The Jordan 1 pretty much works in any color and you can dress it up or dress it down depending on your style. Rumored to be dropping on December 27 we see the Jordan 1 in collaboration with Fragment. Updated by Hiroshi Fujiwara, the Jordan 1 takes a black toe approach to the royal blue colorway. Per his usual work, the actual design of the shoe is not disturbed at all, but the look and feel takes on his style. Again, this are rumored for 12/27, so stay tuned and I’ll update you as soon as I hear more.

The Nike Zoom Hypercross shares a very specific cushioning system with the LeBron 12 based on the hexagonal zoom in the forefoot. Yesterday, Nike Lab announced a Nothern Lights inspired colorway of the shoe, though many of the blogs are calling it galaxy for some reason. The instagram post even says the natural phenomenon of solar winds colliding with electric-charged elements in the upper atmosphere which is the aurora Borealis or Northern lights. Either way, Galaxy or Northern Lights, the shoe will hit Nike Lab locations on 11/26.

Finally, the Jordan 6 has had a strong year and Jordan Brand is ending the year on a high note with the Jordan 6 in Black/INfrared. For those Jordan historians, Jordan won his first Championship in the Jordan 6 which was 23 years ago. The last look at the shoe in 2014 sees it with black nubuck on the upper, infrared accents, a translucent outsole and some 3m detailing. If you plan on getting your hands on these, the price is going to sit at $185 when they actually make it to retail on Black Friday, November 28.