Official images of the Air Jordan 10 Rio are now revealed, as the silhouette is essentially a homage to the forthcoming 2016 Summer Olympic Games, which will be held in Brazil.
Dressed in wolf grey for its pebbled leather upper, obsidian offsets the light tone which is evident on the tongue, eye stays, laces, inner lining, midsole and outsole unit. To evoke the South American country, vibrant accents of green, yellow and blue are implemented on the outsole to symbolize the nation’s flag. Additionally, an embroidery of the country is found across the collar in teal, replacing the traditional number “23” or “45.”
Finished off with striped pull tabs and Jumpman branding on the insoles and rear, you can find this latest pair at select JB and Nike accounts on May 7th for $190.
Bookmark our official Air Jordan 10 Rio launch page now for more details and release info.
I’m generally a fan of this silhouette. The theme and homage to Brazil is a cool gesture, but I’m not really that inclined on this colorway. It should still garner some attention obviously, especially those from the vibrant country.
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