The Seattle SuperSonics haven’t been an NBA franchise since 2008 when the team became the Oklahoma City Thunder, but their legacy still lives on. For Jordan brand’s latest retro, it’s re-releasing the Air Jordan 10 “Seattle” for the first time since Nike released its very first City Pack series in 1995. Nearly 25 years later, the sneaker returns as a rich tribute to the Sonics era. On Stock X, the sneakers has currently amassed an average price of $198 USD.
In 1995, Seattle SuperSonics shooting guard Kendall Gill was the first to notably rock a player exclusive version of the shoe on court. As expected, the colorway on the re-released style is representative of the now defunct team. The sneaker remains true to the original, sporting a clean white leather upper, black detailing along the midsole, throat and collar with a renamed “Court Green” accenting the shoe’s outsole and inner liner. A black Jumpman label sits stitched on the heel while a yellow Jumpman on the outsole is the finishing detail on the Seattle-themed footwear.
The Air Jordan 10 Retro “Seattle” is one of the last remaining OG Jordans to receive a retro so it would be wise to jump on this one early. Head over to StockX now to secure the Air Jordan 10 “Seattle” kicks before they drop. The lowest ask currently sits at $185 USD.