Jordan Brand Celebrate 23 Years Of The Air Jordan 10 With Two Incredible Releases from WJ1997's blog

jordans 2018 is revisiting one of its most coveted colorways and bringing it back to life on the Air Jordan 10. Dressed in grey, the Air Jordan 10 “Cool Grey” sports a tonal upper with multiple materials that include tumbled leather and suede. Unlike the grey version of the 10 that dropped in 2014, this pair sports a more traditional “Cool Grey” feel as it is devoid of any black. Most notably, this offering comes equipped with a multi-color outsole that houses MJ’s career achievements – as is customary for this Jordan Brand silhouette. On this particular pair, each color on the outsole represents one of the opponents Jordan’s Bulls defeated on their way to six NBA Championships – another unmistakable tribute to Jordan’s winning ways.In what was certainly one of the most monumental moments in basketball history, Michael Jordan retired from the game of basketball in late 1993.
Nike Air Jordan 2017 of 1995, in an even bigger moment in basketball history, Michael announced his return to the court with just two words, “I’m Back.” And now, Jordan Brand is commemorating that iconic moment and Jordan’s return to the game with a new colorway of the Jordan 10. The Air Jordan 10 “I’m Back” dons a predominantly white color scheme from the all-white outsole to the leather upper. The upper receives a touch of contrast from the black laces and ankle, which also features a heel tab displaying the date of MJ’s return on one foot and his iconic two-word announcement on the other.Jordan Brand will be introducing a brand new Air Jordan 10 colorway exclusively for girls this weekend. Dressed primarily in black, this new look boasts a gradient purple midsole that starts at Fuchsia and fades all the way back to black as it nears the rear of the sneaker – hence its “Purple Fade” monicker.
Cheap Adidas Yeezy 350 has some big plans for the 10 early in 2018, as a “Cool Grey” variety recently released, and the “I’m Back” color scheme is scheduled to follow suit shortly after. Female fans of this overall simplistic colorway will be able to pick up their own pair from Jordan Brand retailers this Saturday, February 10th.The New York Times’ Kelly Whiteside released an extended piece today about the total lack of signature shoes in the WNBA.Maya was the first woman to sign an endorsement deal with Jordan Brand back in 2011 and has since received a number of player exclusives. But Whiteside writes, that despite early activations during the starting seasons of the WNBA with signature shoes for Sheryl Swoopes, Lisa Leslie, Dawn Staley and more, there’s been a significant if not total drop-off in production since.

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