Jordan Brand Celebrates Its MLB Stars With Special Edition Air Jordan 6 "OP-162"

A militaristic take on MJ’s sixth signature sneaker.

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Yesterday, Jordan Brand gifted its MLB athletes with special edition, military-inspired Air Jordan 6 sneakers and apparel.

The pack comes housed in a throwback ammunition case with “OP-162” printed across the front, likely meaning ‘operation-162’ for the number of regular season games in pro baseball. The sneakers feature the same callouts at the heel, while their construction stars a sandy-colored canvas upper, as well as a navy blue midsole, lining, tongue and pull tab. To complement the kicks, each pack comes with a 23Engineered bomber jacket and a black half acid-dipped hoodie.

Check out Dexter Fowler unboxing his gift below, then go get your first look at the forthcoming Air Jordan 1 “First Class Flight.”

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