In 2006, Air Jordan 6 introduced its first-ever two-pair set called the Defining Moments Package – an honorary tribute to two of Jordan's greatest moments as a professional basketball player. Like the original '91 Tinker Hatfield creation modeled after MJ's German sportscar, this version embodies speed and class with a spoiler-like heel clip, neoprene sleeve and streamlined nubuck upper. Prominent ankle cushioning, geometric perforated sections and visible Air complete the shoe MJ wore on his way to title #1. Jordans 2019 Cheap, Released in March 2020, the Air Jordan 6 Retro "Defining Moments" 2020 brings back the classed-up colorway last seen in 2006—in the "Defining Moments Pack." the forthcoming retro is rumored to be identical to the 2006 release, featuring a black nubuck upper contrasted by metallic gold accents on the tongue, heel tab, and midsole. It expanded the idea of story-telling concepts in sneakers, and since its release, the Jumpman regularly returned to the two-shoe package to further expand on these historic moments by the GOAT. New Air Jordans 2019, The Jordan "Why Not?" Zer0. 3 is tuned for Russ' on-court chaos, featuring a midfoot strap for lock-in and a large cushioning unit to help drive him hard and fast toward the basket. Sporting a full mesh build with synthetic overlays, the visual aesthetics aren't a far departure from what we saw earlier in 2019 with the Why Not ZERO.2. Designed specifically for Russ, the large Air Zoom Turbo unit in the front of the shoe is curved to follow the foot's natural shape. Forefoot Zoom Air makes a return, however, this time around it's articulated for greater flexibility. The outsole is also thicker in hopes that it stays in one piece as the Why Not ZERO.2 outsole would rip after numerous wears due to the hollow unlocked Zoom Air setup.