Air Jordan 10 Goes To Public School For Latest Collaboration

March 27, 2015 BY / 0

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The Air Jordan 10 is one of the quieter Jordan signature shoes in that it released in late 1994 with little fanfare, and was getting fitted to be a sneaker history footnote until Michael Jordan’s spring 1995 comeback pulled it out of impending obscurity. That rags-to-riches narrative is a big reason why the just-revealed Public School x Air Jordan 10 feels like more of an event than just another collaboration.

The New York-based fashion brand has given the understated AJ 10 its modern due without sacrificing the shoe’s charm, which was largely overlooked even when Michael Jordan was ringing up the Knicks on TNT to the tune of 55 points (20 years ago this Saturday). The theme here is solid red leather with a black core, firmly in Chicago Bulls territory, with Public School branding on the tongues and heel tabs, and touch of nubuck on the side strips. Though there isn’t any plans to get these into your hands, you can get inside the door of approximation with the Air Jordan 10 “Bulls Over Broadway” release. Demand for this collab is sure to inspire more than a few folks.

Find detailed photos of the Public School x Air Jordan 10 below and let us know your thoughts on this rendition in the comments.

source: Complex

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