Back in 1995, Nike released a collection of Air Jordan 10 sneakers inspired by U.S. cities, including New York, Orlando, Seattle, Chicago and Sacramento. More than 10 years later, the AJ10 “City Pack” is back, this time sporting new colorways and cities. Paris kicked it off earlier this month with black and purple coloring, and now it’s The Big Apple’s turn to step into the spotlight. While the original featured a Knicks-inspired theme, the 2016 iteration appears in tonal black with gold speckles along the sole, as well as a black and gold heel tap and “NYC” embroidery. This model also features faint metallic silver brushstrokes along its upper, and although it’s a subtle eye-grab, the inspiration behind this detail hasn’t yet been confirmed.
With Rio, Los Angeles, Chicago, Charlotte, London and Shanghai next up for their own AJ10, the “NYC” rendition is currently available at select stockists around the world, while SNKRS will release pairs on Saturday, April 10 for $190 USD.
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