“Man those Jordan hybrids are trash!” How many times have you heard a sneakerhead utter that phrase? More than a few times I am sure. Jordan purists just won’t accept shoes like the Jordan 6 Rings, the Spi’zike, the Dub Zero, or the newest hybrid, the 6-17-23. I just don’t understand why. Is it that only the Jordan Retro’s represent cheap authentic jordans. Or is it that they believe a hybrid is lazy design because a few Retros were combined to make a new shoe? I have heard these two complaints among others.The real jordans for cheap 11 upper and the lacing system of the Jordan 6 complete the 6 Rings and provide some of the most stability found in a Jordan Hybrid or any Jordan shoe for that matter.
I still don’t understand the distaste these sneakerheads have for the Jordan “hybrids”.
Most Jordan Retros, in my experience, do not perform at a high level on the court. The technology that was used to make Retros is almost 20 years old now. Sure, you can still ball in them, but the newer Jordans, including the Hybrids, offer the highest specs that technology has to offer. The quality, design, and performance are state of the art and provide the most stability, comfort, and lightweight pair of Nike shoes for basketball that the market has to offer.
The newest pair of 6 Rings will drop on September 17th and uses a carbon-based fiber on a black based upper original image source. White fills in on the midsole. Grey takes care of the outsole and heel counter. Finishing it all off is a black Jumpman Logo which is located at the back of the heel cup. Another great addition to the best Jordan “hybrid” going.
The Jordan 6 Rings incorporates several different elements of the shoes Michael wore in each of the 6 NBA championships he won. The Air Jordan 6,7, 8, 11, 12, 13, and 14 are all used to create the best Hybrid Jordan. Perhaps the best element of the Jordan 6 Rings is taken from the Jordan 13 outsole. The Jordan 13 outsole was created by the legendary Air Jordan designer Tinker Hatfield and recreates the image of a panther’s paw. Fitting, due to the fact that one of Michael Jordan’s nicknames is the “Black Cat”. The outsole and midsole provide one of the most stable, supportive, and cushioned rides you can take in a pair of Jordan shoe for basketball.