The Maya Moore x Air Jordan 10 “Court Lux” Releases On December 22nd

The Maya Moore x Air Jordan 10 “Court Lux” Releases On December 22nd

Maya Moore is inarguably one of the top talents to ever lace them up in the history of the WNBA. Alongside her four Championship rings, her 2015 WNBA MVP award, and her bevy of All-Star Game appearances, she is also the league’s number one Jordan Brand representative. Alongside the iconic fashion icon, Aleali May, Moore is set to release another collaborative Jumpman sneaker, by way of the Air Jordan 10 “Court Lux”. Done up in premium suede as a means of reiterating its lux monicker, the shoe’s robust color blocking comes inspired by her favorite uniforms that she has worn throughout her career as a member of the Minnesota Lynx, and the UConn Huskies. Concluding embellishments aiming to add an even more personal touch include Moore’s signature logo on the insoles as well as her favorite bible verse embroidered in a dashing crimson on both heel loops. Grab an up close look at the Maya Moore x Air Jordan 10 below and look forward to its official drop at select retailers on December 15th, and a global launch on December 22nd on platforms the likes of Nike SNKRS.

Maya Moore x Air Jordan 10
Release Date: December 15th, 2018 (Select Retailers)
Release Date: December 22nd, 2018 (Global)

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