Original Story (04/15/20): Back in February, Miami sneaker retailer SoleFly celebrated Super Bowl LIV and the tenth anniversary of their opening with a charity event where a SoleFly x Air Jordan 10 PE was auctioned off. We now have a first look at another Solefly Air Jordan 10 that is expected to be available to the public.
While the PE came dressed in orange, white, and black and featured a leather construction, this second colorway comes dressed in two-toned sail and is covered in suede. Solefly and Jumpman branding returns on the heel, this time embroidered in Turbo Green. Additional Turbo Green detailing appears on the insole and inner tongue tag.
There is currently no further release info for the SoleFly x Air Jordan 10 “10th Anniversary”, but a Summer 2020 release is most likely. Grab a first look below and stay tuned to Modern Notoriety for updates.
SoleFly x Air Jordan 10 “10th Anniversary”
Color: Sail/Turbo Green
Release Date: May 10, 2020
Price: $200 USD
Update (05/11/20): The SoleFly x Air Jordan 10 “Sail” dropped and sold out yesterday in a surprise release. Those interested in a pair can search secondary marketplaces like StockX and eBay. Grab a detailed look at the pair below.
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This Jordan 10 was modeled after The Miami Freedom Tower. Every detail from the Newspaper print on the sole to represent the building of the tower to be the Miami News headquarter in 1925, to the Patina colored logos and details throughout the shoe to highlight the cupola and its decorative beacon. The stone tones that are the face of the tower were also used to retain authenticity. Miami is famous for its sports, however, this time we have become inspired by an icon that has contributed so much to our culture and community. Link in bio
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In celebration of our 10 year anniversary, we would like to put a spotlight on a local monument that has meant so much to so many in the heart of South Florida: The Miami Freedom Tower. In the 1960’s, the Freedom Tower was used by the United States to document refugees from the Cuban Revolution, which is how it earned its name “Ellis Island of the South.” The Freedom Tower has an extensive history and it continues to reinvent itself through time. It symbolizes what all Cuban refugees have gone through to come to this country and it stands for the evolution of the Latin culture in our community. Even if not of Cuban descent, the Freedom Tower stands for the inclusion of all refugees and immigrants. These 10 years have given us the opportunity to contribute to the local culture as well as give back to our community. As a token of appreciation, we would like to give a donation to the institution that has made it possible for so many of us to start a new life in this country, the amazing Miami Freedom Tower.
No. They will not re release. https://t.co/vrXg70iIQI
— Sole Fly (@SOLEFLY) May 11, 2020
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