The rollout of the Jordan Melo M10 gains some steam as a familiar color scheme lands on the performance hoops kick. Lending itself to off-court wear, the sneak is seen mostly in metallic silver nubuck, with black streaking down the middle of the foot. Underlined by a white midsole, the shoe finds its title color of volt reserved for the laces and outsole. Check the “Volt” Jordan Melo M10 in the photos below and mark your calendar for a March 1st release date, when they’ll be available at Jordan retailers for $165.
Jordan Melo M10
The literal and figurative flavor of New Orleans continues to spice up basketball sneakers, seen now on the Jordan “Crescent City” Collection. The Air Jordan XX8 SE finds inspiration from the structures seen around the French Quarter, baring a crackled upper and lively accents. Former NO resident Chris Paul sees city styling on the Jordan CP3.VII, packing a soulful purple upper over a hearty speckled midsole. Carmelo Anthony has the jazz thanks to the Jordan Melo M10, set off by a musical brass heel counter. Lastly, the Jordan Super.Fly 2 finds itself dipped in dark powder blue, benefiting from gold branding and architectural nods on the tongue and toe box.
Fans of the Jordan “Crescent City” Collection can look for the lineup to launch online at Jordan and at select accounts on February 14th. Look for Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and Russell Westbrook to rock their respective models in the 2014 NBA All-Star Game.
The Jordan Melo M10 “Year of the Horse” is set to release this weekend, and we have your detailed look at the Lunar New Year-inspired performance sneaker. Sporting a premium leather upper and accentuated by a bold YOTH print tongue and inner lining, this Jordan Melo M10 offers the same on-court benefits of previous releases with added Chinese Zodiac accents. Check out all of our images of the “YOTH” Jordan Melo M10 above, and let us know if you plan on copping these $200 kicks come Saturday in the comments.
If you watched the Knicks wallop the Cavs last night or tuned into Kicks On Court this morning, then you know Carmelo Anthony debuted the Jordan Melo M10 “Year of the Horse” in MSG. The latest Zodiac take from the Melo line pops with print on the tongue and toe box. Black backs the rest of the base, with an ice blue outsole providing flash and function. Look for the Jordan Melo M10 “Year of the Horse” to launch at select Jordan Brand accounts on February 8th.
The Jordan Melo M10 is essentially the Air Jordan XX8 SE. Or is it?
The multi-directional traction pattern is indistinguishable, the Jordan Flight Plate is integrated into both, and the lacing structure appears to be the same. Aesthetically (and performance-wise in some aspects), the M10 and the XX8 SE are comparable, but there are a few qualities incorporated into the Jordan Melo M10 that make it more of a ‘power position’ shoe than the Air Jordan XX8 SE. Find out the minor tweaks – and in some ways major tweaks – that give Carmelo Anthony’s 10th signature shoe its own distinct fit and function.
Although nestled safely under the Jordan Brand umbrella, the Marquette Golden Eagles get rained on with an all-new PE of the Jordan Melo M10. Midnight navy nubuck covers most of the upper, while gold leather fills in the blanks and falls in line with the squad’s color palette. Making use of the team’s alternate hue, the laces are done up in sky blue, coinciding with the solid outsole. Peep the pics below and chime in with your take of the redone Melo M10 in the comments.
Who let the dogs out? The Jordan Melo M10 Georgetown PE carries Hoya hues on the latest signature shoe for Carmelo Anthony. Set to debut in this weekend’s Madison Square Garden game against the Michigan State Spartans, this team take relies on an even balance of grey and navy on the upper. Chrome heel hits and a translucent bottom shine, with the ‘G’ logo lending itself to the outer forefoot. Georgetown will rock this Jordan Melo M10 PE during this Saturday’s game in NYC, scheduled for a 3 PM EST tip-off.