As fans gathered around the television screen for episode seven of “The Last Dance” last night, SoleFly quietly dropped its highly-anticipated Air Jordan 10 collaboration and it sold out quickly. If you missed out, you can still pick-up the collaborative kicks on the resale market.
The shoe is styled after the Miami Freedom Tower with a premium beige and light brown suede upper that’s paired with a translucent outsole that featured a newspaper print paying homage to the origins of the tower serving as the Miami News headquarters in 1925.
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Now that the collab has sold out, the only option for fans who want to purchase a pair is through the secondary market. The style is currently reselling for an average price of $729 on StockX with the lowest asking price at $750 for a size 5. On GOAT, the lowest asking price for the shoe is at $800 for a size 9 with prices as high as $1,500 for a size 14.
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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