Sneaker News just revealed the Air Jordan X release date for the GS-sized white, black, Violet Pop and Cyber edition, but how much do you want to bet they’re not the biggest drop on Saturday, January 21st? They won’t even be the most significant Jordan Brand sneaker, much less the most hotly anticipated AJX hitting retailers next Saturday, because that’s also when we’ll be getting one of the originals, and the pair from which that kiddie version borrows its blocking pattern. The Air Jordan 10 Retro ‘Chicago’ is unlike Michael Jordan upon his return to the NBA in that they haven’t lost a step since that 1994-95 season that marked MJ’s return from baseball. Think back to the ‘Concord’ AJXI just before Christmas and the ‘Last Shot’ XIVs only a couple weeks before that and we’re looking at a stretch of releases that highlights some of the most intense ups and downs from Mike’s second stint in Chi-town, and you can see more angles on this all-time great when you click the jump below.
Air Jordan X Retro ‘Chicago’