Air Jordan 10 (X) Powder Blue (2014)
The Air Jordan 10 (X) Powder Blue (2014) release is designed in White/Dark Powder Blue-Black color scheme.
1. Why you should buy the shoe…
There is perhaps no feeling that can quite compare to riding the wave of awesomeness, so to speak, and if you’re a young man who is in love with the sport of basketball and with the name of Michael Jordan, then there is certainly no need to further convince you on the matter; you are already hooked, hook, line and sinker. You’ll love this shoe.
2. The benefits of buying the shoe…
You can jump and stop, as well as pivot or make turns, with much more comfort and relative ease. The looming thought that you may sprain an ankle or injure a foot through a misstep will become less of a notion in your mind because you’ll be wearing nothing less than the best in basketball athletic wear, and make no mistake — this applies to games on the everyday street court or those on a full, professional court. Whether you’re playing with your friends, on your school’s team, or anywhere else, you’ll have top-notch comfort and enhanced play as a result.
3. Describing the shoe’s color and style just a bit…
This special shoe is, mainly, white for the most part but holds a few major black spots. In addition, you’ll find that a powder blue lining covers certain portions of the shoe’s exterior and is easy to note, and we can then tell where the shoe’s name comes from….one very original and catchy, by the way. The shoe is of a casual athletic style, and you can note this right away by merely looking at the shoe’s design and color applications, not to mention the soft, vibrant feel you get when touching it and feeling it for yourself.
4. How you can wear the shoe…
Wear this shoe on the basketball court or the street ball court as some prefer to call it. Wear it outside of such settings, even when just casually hanging out with friends.
- Men Size
8, 8.5, 9.5, 10, 11, 12
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