May 7, 2013 BY John Kim / 0
It can be argued that the Air Jordan X is the simplest (in terms of design) Air Jordan ever created. After all, the upper is built with basic leather with just a few distinguishing layers on the mudguard and lace placket giving the shoe any sort of real character. In 2006, Jordan Brand created these seamless samples with colored leather in several different ones like yellow, red, orange, and more. Despite the flat, no-sew upper, these have a ton of character to ‘em and this sort of tonal colored sneaker might not have fared well back in 2006. Would these be a bigger hit if they released this year, or are these samples a bit too out of the ordinary? Check out the detailed photos below and let us know if you’d be open to seamless Air Jordan mock-ups, and be sure to take a look and the full listing from depeche23mode on eBay.
Unfinished product stolen by a Chinese worker in one of their factories in China and showed up on eBay.
@Sneeky This is from back when they were doing seamless forces and dunks, I believe they attempted it on the xs