March 29, 2010 BY Aaron Hope / 0
We’ve witnessed some last-minute heroics this year, but it remains to be seen if any player can match Michael Jordan’s NCAA Tournament-winning jumper from back in 1982. MJ’s world-beating legacy began at UNC, so it’s only right to get a pair of Air Jordans each year rocking that unmistakable University blue.
The Air Jordan 2010, in fact, was designed to reveal just a little of that shade through the medial peepholes, no matter the colorway. It stands out on the pairs with red accents, but these joints are all black and Carolina blue, making for a tight, two-toned look. Contrast stitching practically explodes from the patent leather toes, and the colorup is so good, this is sure to be one of the best received pairs of AJ2010s. Take a look at more photos after the jump and stick with Sneaker News so we can update you on the Carolina Air Jordan 2010 release date. via Dunk.com.cn
Color: Black/University Blue