Retro Air Jordan 10 “Orlando” White / Black / Royal Blue / Metallic Silver | Mens Jordan Basketball
When Michael Jordan came back to the NBA in March 1995, he donned the number 45 while wearing the AJ10. Some would call these kicks his “comeback” shoes even thought at first Jordan didn’t like the shoe model when it …
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When Michael Jordan came back to the NBA in March 1995, he donned the number 45 while wearing the AJ10. Some would call these kicks his “comeback” shoes even thought at first Jordan didn’t like the shoe model when it first released. Making a return from the original “City Series” pack that dropped in 1995, the Retro Air Jordan X “Orlando” dons a simple white and black colorway with hits of royal blue and metallic silver. Perfect for the OG sneakerheads, grab this retro shoe for your growing collection.
• Synthetic leather upper for modern look and feel.
• Foam midsole with encapsulated full-length Air unit.
• Rubber outsole featuring iconic MJ statistics before his first retirement.
High Tops that lock your ankle into position for extra support.
Helps elevate your game from the pavement to the hardwood.
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