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Air Jordan 10

Moving on from his recent frustrations, Michael Jordan left the baseball diamond and made his way back to the basketball court. It was on March 19, 1995 that he officially decided to continue wearing his jersey uniform. In the same year, Air Jordan also continued a tradition of innovation by adding another successor to the lineup.

The legacy continued when Air Jordan introduced MJ’s tenth signature sneaker that sported a lightweight Phylon midsole. Beneath the speed-lacing and full length Air positioned a special outsole which commemorated MJ’s awe-inspiring achievements and set the stage for his two-word return to the game, “I’m back”.

Designer Hatfield picked up a few elements from previous models, specifically the Air Jordan 3, Air Jordan 5, and Air Jordan 6. The attributes from these AJs were melded together in this current model’s uncomplicated design. A White/Black/Light Steel Grey was the first colorway that showed up in its debut. This was exemplified to have a White leather base, Black tongue and collar, and Light Steel Grey lace loops.

The shoe’s tongue which was done up in Black pebbled leather flaunted an embossed Air Jordan 23 label in average font size. A plaid-like Black/White fabric served as a drapery around the ankle as it was provided as the interior lining, and a Jumpman logo appeared on the rear. But what would draw you closer to this shoe is the out of the ordinary sole. As mentioned earlier, the AJ 10’s outer sole featured MJ’s titles from each year that he had spent in the NBA.

Having MJ back on court boosted the Air Jordan line’s spirit in which it was determined then to do more and show more from this remarkable basketball sneaker procession.

Air Jordan 10