Jordan Brand isn't necessarily known for it's cleats per say, but the Jumpman has hooked up numerous athletes with custom cleats of their favorite Air Jordan silhouettes. In the past we've seen Jordan Brand athletes like CC Sabathia, and most recently golfer Keegan Bradley, rock player exclusive Jordan kicks of the most iconic nature and they usually stay as just that, player exclusives. Today, Jordan Brand is apparently breaking the mold by dropping the Air Jordan VI football cleat in retail stores.

These were last spotted on the feet of Seattle Seahawks defensive back Earl Thomas, during the SuperBowl XLVIII run of last year and you now have a chance to own a pair. The Air Jordan VI was the first shoe Jordan won a championship with, and the cleat looks almost identical to the original just with some minor tweaks. Jordan Brand added a Lunarlon midsole cushioning system to the cleats for added comfort, and set it atop a white cleat plate, with black spikes.

The Air Jordan VI "Oreo" Football Cleat is available at select retailers including Renarts, for a suggested retail of $135.

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