November 13, 2009 BY Aaron Kr.
The whole reason that Nike Sportswear’s Try-Ons were so well received is that you typically can’t find those models in all-white. In fact, aside from the venerable Air Force 1, high profile all-white releases are so infrequent that Chris Paul’s photos of the ‘blank’ Air Jordan Retros had people dreaming of the ‘History of Flight’ Pack. It’s similarly (painfully) unlikely that this creamy Air Jordan 2010 will hit retailers. If they did, this might be the one to win over the masses, since the silver ‘window’ circle makes for a super-smooth transition from white to clear perfs. It goes without saying, but here’s a friendly reminder: you can count on Sneaker News for photos and updates on all Air Jordan 2010 colors.