words // Zack Schlemmer

This week's look into the eBay sneaker market features two Air Jordan VI's from very opposite ends of the spectrum.  First we have a beautiful original pair of the Black/Infrared Air Jordan VI from 1991 that because of price and condition, we're all just going to have to drool over.  Next is one of the most sorry excuses for an Air Jordan VI we've ever seen featured in the Fakes of the Week. 

Check out the Air Jordan VI everybody wants along with the one nobody wants, as well as other hot sneaker finds on eBay below, and let us know your thoughts on this week's picks.

 

Eye Candy of the Week

OG Deadstock Air Jordan VI Black/Infrared

Here they are in all of their original glory, the Air Jordan VI in its most beloved colorway of Black/Infrared.  Unfortunately the $2000 price tag and the cracking midsole will leave these as only eye candy for us.

 

Vintage Deadstock of the Week

OG Nike Air Darwin

Here we have a pair of Dennis Rodman's classic Nike Air Darwin in one of its lesser-seen colorways in almost immaculate condition.  You can grab the shoe with a backwards Swoosh long before the LeBron X ever had one for a very decent price of $250.

 

Banned Shoes of the Week

OG Nike Air Bakin

We continue the 90's Nike basketball classics with the banned version of the Air Bakin from 1997.  This seller has multiple sizes of the controversial "Allah" shoe in its awesome OG blue colorway for sale in deadstock condition for a very reasonable $200.  Grab this little piece of sneaker history while you can!

 

T-Shirt of the Week

Vintage Nike FORCE Shirt

Simple and straight-forward, the great Nike FORCE logo t-shirt for only $15.  I'm tempted to pick this one up for myself.  Buy it so I don't have to!

 

Fakes of the Week

"Air Jordan VI - Carmine"

A lot of times fakes in original Air Jordan colorways can pass as real upon first glance, but these are just soooo bad.  Hopefully nobody buys them now for $250.

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