The Air Jordan 10 “Steel” Gets Transformed Into Baseball Cleats

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These past few months, we’ve seen many a silhouette turn to performance, likely a product of the back-to-back sporting events that have taken place just in February. Not too long ago, we got a glimpse at classic Jordans outfitted for golf — following not too long after the Air Max 1’s entry into the sport next to Swarovski — with the Jumpman even designing for football as PEs touch the field more times than one can comfortably count. Now, looking towards a different game entirely, the Air Jordan 10 is the next up to undergo surgery, preparing for a home run with its full baseball cleat transformation. And though despite its new pastime, the upper is relatively unscathed in the transition, only shortening its height by a small margin; elsewhere, even its smooth leather overlays, mesh backdrops, and adjacent accents arrive close to true, coloring in with both the image of the “Steel” colorway and a neutral triple black in mind. Grab a detailed look at both offerings here and expect pairs to hit select shops and Nike.com likely within the next few months.

UPDATE (4/02/2020):
The Air Jordan 10 baseball cleats are available now in several colorways.

UPDATE (2/21/2020):
The Air Jordan 10 baseball cleat is arriving in two additional colors: one a blue accent with white and the other a light grey.

Air Jordan 10 Cleat
$125 (Mid), $120 (Low)
Style Code: CQ2073-100 (Steel)
Style Code: CQ2073-106 (White/Red)
Style Code: CQ2073-104 (White/Royal)
Style Code: CQ2073-101 (White/Grey)
Style Code: CQ2073-001 (Black/White)

Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

Where to Buy

Source: US_11

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