• A Brief History of the Air Jordan X 'City Series'

A Brief History of the Air Jordan X 'City Series'

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words // Zack Schlemmer Back in 1994 when the Air Jordan X originally released, Michael Jordan was retired from the game of basketball. When Tinker Hatfield designed the shoe, he didn’t know Michael would eventually return, hence MJ’s career highlights were inscribed on the outsole as a tribute to his achievements on the court. At the time of the X's release, Michael was basically in the past—and this meant Nike needed players of the present to endorse the shoe. Much like the Air Jordan IX PE’s created in MJ’s absence for six players (Penny Hardaway, Mitch Richmond, Kendall Gill, Harold Miner, Latrell Sprewell, and B.J. Armstrong), Nike made up some special colorways of the X for a select group of players in the league, as well. The retail versions of this crop of Air Jordan X PEs would go on to be known as the “City Series”, consisting of colorways for New York, Orlando, Seattle, Sacramento and Miami/Chicago. Let’s take a look at each of the players who wore the City Series on the NBA court. Chicago...or Miami? Technically, the white/black/red Air Jordan X colorway you know as “Chicago” could actually be considered as "Miami", since they were first worn by Harold Miner of the Miami Heat as ...
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