Air Jordan 10 Chicago 2012
air-jordan-10-chicago-2012 (1)  What a great week it’s been so far! first, new colorways of the Lebron 9, Flip 3’s, Mag Mania and now, a first look at the Air Jordan 10 Chicago 2012. The 2012 retro of the Chicago 10 looks almost identical to the OG Retro released in 94′ with only a few exceptions like the red jumpman on the back. Also, the Chicago 10 is missing the 23 that was stitched on the side; we saw during summer time on the actual sample. So far, these are looking to be an instant cop so stay tuned with Modern Notoriety for more news on the Air Jordan 10 Chicago.

01/21/12 Air Jordan Retro 10
310805-100 White/Varsity Red-Black
$160.00
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01/21/12 Air Jordan Retro 10
310805-100 White/Varsity Red-Black
$160.00

 

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13 COMMENTS

  1. People find the stupidest reason to complain. These 10s are too fresh. And why do y'all want the 45? Jordan hated that number and they look cleaner without it in ny opinion

  2. The funny thing is, if it did have the black Jumpman, people would be complaining about how it looks too much like the OGs, and there would be those few that would wonder why it would have a 45 instead of a 23. These are dope though, and I'm definitely going to try and get my hands on these.

  3. Copping nonetheless.

    But I wish the Jumpman on the heel was black and they had "45" or "23" on the side-panel.

  4. these are hot either way(although i wudv liked the black jumpman lol) i was born in '95,so i wasnt able2cop these the 1st go around lmao speakin of my youth,anyone want2fund my sneakerGame :D

  5. people would complain regardless. if they everything in the world they would complain about that too these is nice with out the 45 looks cleaner cuz that 45 looks all cholo

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