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New Air Jordan 10 "Tinker" to release on October 20th

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The Air Jordan 10 Tinker is expected to come dressed in a Racer Blue, Black, Team Orange and White color scheme said to be inspired by the the Nike Air Huarache Light OG Ultramarine. Featuring a Racer Blue and Black upper, with Light Blue inner lining, Orange heel tab atop a White and Orange rubber outsole. In fact, its color scheme is identical to the Hatfield-designed Huarache Light color scheme from 2015, down to its sky blue-like instep and bright orange heel loop and outsole. Hatfield's influence on the sneaker industry is immeasurable, so the combination of a Tinker-designed silhouette with one of his most attention-grabbing colorways makes all the sense in the world.
New Air Jordans 2019, Ray Allen has been signed with Jordan Brand since 1997, which he was one of five players selected by Michael Jordan to wear Jumpman in the NBA. Commemorating both his career and 2018 Hall of Fame induction, Jordan Brand will be releasing an Air Jordan 7 Ray Allen colorway in 2019. Back in 2002, he wore two Air Jordan 7 Player Exclusive "Home" and "Away" colorways as a member of the Milwaukee Bucks.
As a follow up to the Air Jordan 14 Ferrari in "Chilling Red" back in 2014, 2019 Jordan will be releasing a new Air Jordan 14 Reverse Ferrari colorway in 2019. Dressed in a University Gold, Black, and University Red color scheme. No leaked photos have surfaced, but this Air Jordan 14 is expected to feature a Gold upper with Black carbon fiber overlays, along with Red contrasting accents throughout.

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