After releasing at select European stockists earlier in July, Jordan Brand‘s 2020 Quai 54 collection has gained another member with the arrival of a second Air Jordan 6. This new makeup uses the same bold prints as its predecessors, but opts for a more colorful palette — one that’s in line with select pieces of apparel from the collection — for a lively summertime style.
Uppers flip between elegant and flamboyant, mixing a supple sail leather build with vibrant prints on both the lateral and medial quarters. This print is essentially a color-shifted take on the graphics used for the collection’s other Air Jordan 6 and Air Jordan 1 Low, thanks to a mix of purples, blues, oranges and browns. The left shoe retains standard Jumpman branding on the throat overlay and a Nike Air hit on the heel, while the right shoe swaps both for Quai 54 graphics.
More dashes of brown and purple are sprinkled around the lace toggle and heel tab. Three lace options are available as well: black, purple and red. Down below, sail midsoles with milky, opaque detailing, a clear Air Max cushioning unit and an outsole with a gigantic black Jumpman graphic round the look off.
This second Air Jordan 6 “Quai 54” was originally reported for a July 18 release, but its arrival has been pushed — possibly due to the continued effects of the COVID-19 coronavirus. A new drop date has yet to be announced, but will likely be in the early days of August at retailers like Sneakersnstuff. The MSRP is set at $190 USD.
Looking for more international-themed kicks from JB? Check out Rui Hachimura’s Air Jordan 34 “Heritage” PE, a salute to his Japanese-African roots.