Meet "First Championship," a brand new colorway of the Air Jordan VI. As is obvious by its name, this AJ VI is intended to celebrate Michael Jordan's first NBA title, won in 1991. There were five more to come, but winning the first made MJ's sixth shoe special. Designed by Nike sneaker genius Tinker Hatfield, the Jordan VI is one of the most iconic silhouettes in footwear history. And now, it has a brand new paint job — one that has a red, white and blue feel, with that ultra-clean white upper leather. Details beyond the photos above are scant, but we'll be waiting patiently if these babies hit retail stateside any time soon. Word to Mike.

UPDATE: Sounds like these aren't coming to retail. Booooo!

[via Nike Inc.]