In celebration of the Jordan brand's 25th Anniversary, Michael Jordan has collaborated with shoe designers Tinker Hatfield and Mark Smith to create the newest addition to the Air Jordan collection: the Air Jordan 2010
team basketball shoe. The Air Jordan 2010 proves his point by not only paying homage to the brand's heritage, but also passing on the legacy to other Team Jordan athletes like Dwayne Wade, who was the first to debut the 2010 earlier this year. Taking Jordan's "ability to see through his opponents" literally, Hatfield and Smith created the brand's first see-through team basketball shoe, featuring a unique, transparent, perforated TPU window in the side. The flexible leather and synthetic no-sew upper offers a more anatomical fit so players can sprint faster, with perforations that are engineered to be both breathable and responsive while representing the iconic style of an Air Jordan. Air Jordan's have always reflected Michael Jordan desire for a clean toe and natural movement, and the Air Jordan 2010 basketball shoe takes it a step further with basketball's first-ever unobstructed independent forefoot cover. This white/black-varsity red Air Jordan 2010 transparent signature window provides a sculpted fit. While the asymmetrical collar height provides better ankle support and also contains a separately molded, stitched-in unit that wraps around the ankle for a better fit. The mesh underlay beneath the forefoot cover lets toes move freely and breathe like never before, while the full-length Phylon midsole with Zoom Air units stacked in the heel adds a crucial layer of impact protection, borrowing from low-profile running shoe cushioning for better court feel.