Air Jordan 2010 – The 25th Air Jordan
Tinker Hatfield and Mark Smith design the 25th Air Jordan to reflect MJ’s ability to see through opponents, while concealing his own game. The perforated upper on the Air Jordan 25th anniversary model is performance engineered to be both breathable and responsive while representing the iconic style on an Air Jordan. Michael has always wanted to have a clean toe so that his shoes look good casually with jeans. The Air Jordan 2010 takes it a step further with its unobstructed independent forefoot cover. It also offers a more anatomical fit so that players can sprint faster and be more flexible on their toes.
The Lightweight Air Jordan 2010
Modern players need to be faster at every position and the Air Jordan 2010 is built for speed with its lightweight performance design. The lightweight AJ2010 features the first-ever independent forefoot for supportive, natural movement and bottom-loaded Zoom Air force responsive performance.
Air Jordan 2010 Protection
The asymmetrical collar on the AJ 2010 revives a radical Jordan innovation. It sits higher on the outside and lower on the inside for better ankle support while also allowing the athlete to have a more natural fit for comfort. Meanwhile, the outriggers at the forefoot are strategically placed to provide extra support in areas of lateral instability in order to reduce the risk of ankle injury.
The Air Jordan 2010 TPU Window
The Air Jordan 2010 has a transparent window that provides a sculpted fit and represents Jordan’s ability to see through his opponents while selectively revealing portions of his own game. The TPU Window is known as the Peep Hole for many Jordan fans.