The Air Jordan Original 10 (X) Shadow was simple, yet outside the box for Nike at the time, using darker colours. Originally released in November 1994, the Air Jordan OG 10 (X) Shadows was a general release.

Michael Jordan did wear the Air Jordan Original 10 (X) Shadow when he return to the NBA, and had the number 45 stitched on the side. You might wonder why this Air Jordan OG 10 (X) is nicknamed Shadow, and like most pairs, is due to its colour scheme, Black / Dark Shadow – True Red.

The Jordan 10 ‘Dark Shadow’ releases for the first time since 1994 in its original form, and as part of Jordan Brand’s ‘Retro Remaster initiative’, you can expect the same high quality materials and craftsmanship of the original run. Featuring a soft grey nubuck construction, the shoe is accented with black tumbled leather hits on the lacestays, collar and lateral side.

The Air Jordan 10 ‘Dark Shadow’ will be available on Saturday 21st April.