The most recent Air Jordan 10 colorway to hit the shelves was the “Class of 2006” iteration, which was a part of Jordan Brand’s “Graduation” Pack as a nod to Russell Westbrook’s high school graduation. Jordan Brand officially unveiled this “Class of 2006” just a few days before it joined last month’s Air Jordan releases 2018 on June 30th at a price of $190. This mismatched iteration was dressed up in the Blue, Red and White color scheme of the Leuzinger Olympians basketball team. As June neared its end, another brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 10 was unveiled and it may look quite familiar to you.
The Air Jordan 10 colorway you see above is dubbed “Cement” and the reason you think it looks familiar is because it draws inspiration from the Air Jordan 4 “White Cement.” This colorway of the Air Jordan 4 originally made its retail debut back in 1989. Ten years later, the Air Jordan 10 “White Cement” received the retro treatment and still featured the “Nike Air” branding when it returned to retailers in 1999. It again arrived at retailers in 2013, but featured the Jordan “Jumpman” logo. Finally, it was ‘remastered’ back in 2016. One of its signature characteristics was the heavy paint speckling that appeared over it.
This is the latest addition to Jordan Brand’s Fall lineup of Air Jordan releases 2018. Unlike the Air Jordan 4 “White Cement,” a majority of its crackled leather uppers are dressed up in a Grey hue, with Black- and White-colored, Cement-inspired speckling appearing all over them. The only exception is the collar areas, lace eyelets, laces and the outsole stripes, all of which are covered in Black. Apart from the Black-colored striping, the outsoles it is equipped with are mostly clean White. The Air Jordan 10 “Cement” is already scheduled to arrive online and at select Jordan Brand retailers on July 21st, 2018 and will be available for $190.