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Color: White/Black-Royal Blue-Metallic Silver
Style: 130209-105
Release Date: June 1995

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One of five Air Jordan X’s released in a sort of NBA team pack, these shoes were made to resemble the Orlando Magic team colors during the good ol’ days of Shaquille O’neal and Penny Hardaway.  Like many of the sneakers, these were regional releases that feature white leather uppers with black as a secondary color.  The hint of blue is the Orlando blue of course, despite the fact that the sneaker looks nearly identical to that of the New York Knicks Air Jordan X.  The only thing separating the two shoes are the “Jumpmen” on the outsole.  The New York versions had a Knick’s ornage jumpman, while these feature a silver one.  Pics via Kixclusive

 

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