2018 Newest Air Jordan 10 Shadow 310805-002

Jordan Retro Shoes is releasing a true retro version of the original Air Jordan 10 Shadow for the first time. This version of the Air Jordan 10 Dark Shadow differs from the pair that made its debut back in 1994, which then dropped as part of a Countdown Pack with the "He Got Game" Air Jordan 13 in 2008. It features a darker grey upper in nubuck that is mixed with premium black tumbled leather overlays. A checkerboard inner lining, black midsole and matching outsole with red Jumpman branding completes the design altogether. Embossed branding, nylon lace straps and the detailed outsole listing all of Jordan's accomplishments, all remain in play.
Cheap Jordans 2018 knows that when it comes to their retro line the devil is in the details, and every classic OG detail from the original 1995 Air Jordan 10 is making a return on the Jordan 10 "Shadow." The shoe's famous checkered sockliner reappears on the new iteration, as does the lack of a number stitched on the upper. The Jumpman logos on the heels of both shoes are pointing to the same side as they did in '95 and there's no new-wave synthetic material on the upper, just a classic tumbled full-grain leather. Dressed in a Dark Shadow, Black, and True Red color scheme. This Air Jordan 10 features a Shadow Grey suede upper, Black leather trim and hints of Red accents throughout. Unlike the 2007 Countdown Pack, this version will not include the PE-style number “23” embroidery on the ankle.
New Jordans 2018, Staying true to the 1994 OG, black, dark grey and red are the shades of choice. Dark grey uppers and black tumbled leather overlays result in heavy doses of effortless cool. Signature checkerboard inner lining and red hits bring some welcome contrast. The Jordan X exists in a very unusual space in the history of the signature series. The model, originally released in 1995, had the misfortune of preceding the widely popular XIs. But even bigger than that, it came to be during a time when Michael Jordan retired from basketball and tried his hand at professional baseball. Without help from the shoe's namesake, Tinker Hatfield had to conjure up a shoe designed for Jordan while knowing Mike might never actually play in the kicks. The end product became a living testimony to Mike's career up to that point.
Posted in DRIFTING on April 17 at 01:26 PM

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