September 15, 2014 BY ehloknows / 0
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Laser-etching Air Jordans has been an innovation that can be credited to Mark Smith. His unique take on graphics and patterns to seemingly timeless retros have a way of blending classic with new-age aesthetics and not making them look tact on as an added bonus, but instead mesh quite well. The latest from the Innovation Creative Director is the Air Jordan 10 “Powder Blue”, a pair that released at the top of the year. The pair utilizes the HEDCHEQ typefont throughout the white leather upper in a premium bronze finish. What do you think of lasering retros? Check out more photos courtesy of BikeManX and Sneaker News after the jump.
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