Instead of a postseason run in the Jordan Super.Fly 5 PO, Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin debuted the next model in the series—the Jordan Super.Fly 6. Unfortunately, after suffering a toe injury during Game 3 of the Los Angeles Clippers' first round playoff series against the Utah Jazz, Griffin's time in the new model has been cut short.
Griffin played in two different colorways of the Super.Fly 6 before being sidelined for the remainder of the playoffs. Absent on the model is the fused mesh construction that had become a series staple. Tech and design information hasn't officially been announced by Jordan Brand, but there appears to be a return to raw construction, along with a flowing, contoured sole.
The Super.Fly launch typically goes down in early summer, so more information about the Super.Fly 6 should be known soon.