As the Air Jordan 2010 continues to surface in a variety of colorways it appears that more and more people are starting to take a liking to the sneakers. Some still can’t get over the translucent window on the side of the upper, stating you feel it ruins the entire sneaker no matter what colorway they come in and no matter how they may perform as a basketball sneaker. Understandable. The shoe defiantly doesn’t work for everybody, as no single shoe really does, but I gotta be honest, I think they’re starting to grow on me and I originally hated the shoes until I was able to see them in person and try em on.
Just like any Air Jordan, you can expect the Air Jordan 2010 to eventually be released in enough colorways to fill your closet, a lot of which will use colors that can be found incorporated into a slew of Jordans. Flint Grey is one of those very colors and it just so happens to be worked into this Black/Flint Grey-Varsity Red Air Jordan 2010. The upper features a combo of perforated leather in Flint Grey and nubuck in Black, with clear panels along the toe and heel. The pictures aren’t the greatest but it appears the mid-sole uses Flint Grey as well with a translucent outsole displaying a slab of Varsity Red beneath it.
No official release details are available at this time but from what we’ve seen in Jordan Brand’s catalog the sneakers are expected to hit retailers in June. When we know more you’ll know more.