The Air Jordan 10 was originally released from 1994-95. It was the second model to drop while Jordan continued to take a swing at a professional baseball career. The first colorway, known as "Steel Grey," was the only original pair released featuring the extra leather toe cap. The reason for the change was simple — Michael Jordan didn't care for the look. Unfortunately, it was too late to cancel the shoe, as the first colorway was officially in stores. However, there was still time to make changes to the shoe for future releases. The added toe cap was removed per Jordan's request, giving the Jordan 10 a much cleaner look, and hasn't been seen since, including the make retro version of that first shoe. Take a look at the history of the Air Jordan 10, from its first release up to the most recent retro, below.
Air Jordan 10: The Definitive Guide to Colorways
Take a look at the lineage of the Air Jordan 10.
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