Jordan TWO TREY “Olympic” Recalls Air Jordan 6 Colorway From 2000

The Jordan TWO TREY wants to broaden its colour palette, and to be honest, it doesn't have to work too hard to do so. 

Given that it is inspired by seven different original Air Jordan models, this latest hybrid model has an almost infinite number of colorway options. 

However, the next known release is a little surprising for a variety of reasons.

The first Jordan TWO TREY colorways were based on the Air Jordan 11, which is arguably the most popular of the seven championship shoes.

"Bred," "Concord," and "Legend Blue" are already in the works, but for its next trick, the Jumpman looks back to 2000 and the "Olympic" colorway of the Air Jordan 6.

Although the Air Jordan 6 is included in the Jordan TWO TREY design, Jordan never wore the "Olympic," let alone in an original colorway. 

Adult, GS, and PS sizes are expected to be available on Nike.com soon, so check out the official images below for a first look.

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