A Team Jordan From the '90s Resurfaces

Jordan Brand employee Frank Cooker shows off images of a mismatched 'Neon' sample of the Jumpman Quick 6.

Jordan Jumpman Quick 6 'Neon' Sample 1
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Jordan Jumpman Quick 6 'Neon' Sample 1

Jordan Brand's Frank Cooke recently took to Instagram to give a glimpse at a previously unseen sample of a '90s Team Jordan shoe: the Jordan Jumpman Quick 6. 

The model was a signature of one of the original Jordan Brand athletes, Eddie Jones, and named for his uniform number. The model acted as a sequel to the Jordan Pro Quick, another Team Jordan model notably rocked by Jones on the hardwood. This new sample features a mismatched neon color scheme. The left shoe sports a neon orange upper and neon yellow outsole, while the right foot dons the reverse. Details include Jumpman logos on the tongue, side vents for added ventilation, reflective panels on the toe box and tongue, and "Media" written on the lateral toe. 

Cooke provided no further details on the pair, however there have been rumors regarding the shoe returning as a retro in 2018. It's also worth noting that Jordan Brand typically holds media runs during All-Star Weekend, so it's possibly the shoes could be linked to an upcoming event. If the sample does indicate a return for the Jumpman Quick 6 in 2018, it would be its first time back since its debut in 1999.

Jordan Jumpman Quick 6 'Neon' Sample 2