The Air Jordan 10 is the latest of Michael Jordan’s signature sneakers to go under the knife in Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan Force Fusion Series, combining it’s aesthetics with that of the Air Force 1 to create the Air Jordan Fusion 10. Using the original Steel Grey colorway of the Air Jordan 10, which many consumers would rather see before these Fusion’s, the upper pulls together various elements from both the AJ10 and the AF1 to form the White tumbled leather base. As any Jordan enthusiast should know, the Air Jordan 10 doesn’t include an ankle strap, so that’s an obvious transplant from the AF1. As is the midsole and outsole, although the outsole is designed in such a way that it mimics the styling on the AJ10 “Steel Grey”. Finally, the midfoot, tongue, and liner lining have all been carried over from the AJ10, appearing in their original form.
Follow the jump to check out more detailed photos of the Air Jordan Fusion 10 “Steel Grey” and watch for them to release through Jordan Brand distributors on October 9th, 2010. Via: Kinstor