The original Air Jordan 10 is returning to retailers for the first time in over 20 years in a new iteration this weekend.
Known as the “Seattle” colorway, the palette draws inspiration from the NBA’s former Seattle SuperSonics, which relocated in 2008 to Oklahoma City and now plays as the Oklahoma City Thunder. Jordan Brand is commemorating the storied franchise and its city by bringing back the Air Jordan 10 “Seattle” in its original glory.
The shoe is executed in a simple white-based leather upper that’s contrasted by a black tongue, ankle collar and midsole. Green accents on the sockliner with a touch of yellow on the outsole’s Jumpman branding complete the look.
The shoes are a part of the model’s original “City Series” of colorways that includes last year’s return of the “Orlando” makeup, as well as iterations representing the Chicago Bulls, the New York Knicks and the Sacramento Kings.
The Air Jordan 10 Retro “Seattle” will release Saturday on Nike’s SNKRS app and at select Jordan Brand retailers for $190.
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