When Michael Jordan won back to back to back NBA championships between 1991 and 1993 he decided to retire from the game after that because he felt he had nothing else to prove.

We all knew that MJ eventually returned to the game, but in that short stint where he left the NBA he decided to pursue a baseball career that lead him to play for the Birmingham Barons. While playing baseball Nike/Jordan Brand continued creating his signature sneakers and the Air Jordan 10 was one of the shoes that released while Michael was swinging the bat. Here we have a sample pair of Air Jordan 10 cleats that was made not for Michael (since it’s a size 9 and he wears a size 13), but in order to see what the Air Jordan 10 would look like as a cleat. The colorway has similarities to the Stealth colorway and comes in a full black upper with a white on the midsole and grey detailing on the inner liner. Capping things off was a red Jumpman on the heel. Essentially this colorway was created to match up with the Birmingham Barons uniforms that Michael was wearing.

What are your thoughts on the baseball cleat version of the Air Jordan 10? Do you like it better than the Air Jordan 4 baseball cleat?

via: shoeless_jack
h/t: SC

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