This shoe was released in 1994 to 1995. During this time, Michael Jordan had already taken up his new baseball career. The first Nike Air Jordan X bunch to be released in the market was a “Steel Gray” color-way and had a toe cap which was later removed in the following bunch of Jordan 10s releases that gave it a much cleaner look. The Jordan 10 also created a version for the baseball fans. In overall, the Air Jordans have been integrated into our world of fashion since their first introduction in 1985.
Michael Jordan’s captivating performances while wearing the Jordans made them popular and iconic. Their being popular and iconic over the years has made them much harder to get them now as compared to the time they were being sold during his career days. This is evidenced by the long lines that form at various shoe outlets each time Nike re-releases old Air Jordans .
Tinker Hatfield has been the main designer of the Air Jordans and his latest design in this brand is the Air Jordan XXX. This high-cut, high-performance basketball shoe has been rated by other basketball players as being comfortable and light. The success of this shoe in the market is also a testament that the Jordan brand is here to stay.
Worn by Jordan when he returned to the NBA, the AJ X were on Michael’s feet when he scored 55 points on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. A popular of the Air Jordan X came out in 1995 representing five different NBA cities.
Year Released: 1994
Designer: Tinker Hatfield
Nike Air Jordan X Commercials
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Air Jordan X Launch Colorways (1994/1995):
Steel Grey – White/Black-Light Steel Grey
Powder Blue – White/Black-Dark Powder Blue
Shadow – Black/Dark Shadow-True Red
Chicago – White/Black-True Red
New York – White/Black-Royal Blue-Orange-Flame
Orlando – White/Black-Royal Blue-Metallic Silver
Seattle – White/Black-Kelly-Gold
Sacramento – Black/Dark Concord-Metallic Silver
Air Jordan X Retros:
2005, 2008 and 2012–2016