FirstCuts: Jordan Drops the 'Olympic' VI

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With the the worlds eyes set on the upcoming Summer Olympics, Jordan Brand's 2008 edition of the "Olympic" VI is set to officially release this Saturday, June 7th. The "Olympic" Air Jordan Retro VI features a White Patent leather upper and the colors of the Olympics rings on the midsole, heel and tongue. The "Olympic" VI is considered a Quickstrike, but, many retailers that have not received QS Jordan footwear in the past will receive the Olympic VI, and, the kix will release in GS sizes (normally QS footwear does not release in GS sizes). Though many independent shops have already begun to sell their stock, the "Olympic" VIs are officially set to release on Saturday and large chain retailers whom often follow Jordan Brand's release dates, will release the kix then. ↵

↵06/07/2008 Jordan Olympic 6
↵325387-161 White/Varsity Red-Grn Bn-New Blue
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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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