If a vista is about location, then sneakerheads abound concur that a pair of Air Jordans is not just about their fit but the detailing from the upper to the sole. And their affection for the Air Jordan 10 centered on the edition’s cushioning that’s nearly as feather-light, as its comfort is as smooth as butter. AJ diehards were the sneaks’ staunchest supporters from their ‘94 to ‘95 debut through to their less than stellar release of the “City Pack”. Behold, it’s scant surprise a new retro of the AJ 10 is rumored to be coming to the sneaker-ways and christened the AJ Jordan 10 “Orlando”.
The first edition featured a powder-blue shoe lining at the upper crowing the snowy leather chassis complemented with black trim. A shoe-trio combination that launched with a pithy release.
University and White and Hyper Red and Royal Black colors appeared in the Air Jordan 10 retro model. And shoe wearers continue to applaud the design that also snugly good—and without having to tie the laces. But the where the AJ 10 was over the top for many B-ballers was their easy feel on the courts, for sure.
Air Jordans owners know straight up about the sportswear’s smooth style, but it’s their old jeans look that may convert even the finickiest of shoe hunters. Before the latest AJ Jordan 10 “Orlando” sneakers retail this December.
The AJ Jordan 10 “Orlando” has an advantage its smooth predecessor, the AJ 10, with colorways that may blend so perfectly, they only add to the milieu of comfy. Nick Anderson donned the first shoe release more than two decades ago, while the newest pairs are rumored to release in a silver and black and white palette. And if the Orlandos are anything like the J 10s, they, too, will make your next B-ball game feel like you’re running on fluffy, white clouds. Get your wardrobe ready for the AJ Jordan 10 “Orlando” with a sticker of $190 and a part of the “OG City Pack” that may very well hit the stores this Winter 2018 Holiday Season.