With a tap on the shoulder, Michael Jordan gave Dwyane Wade his approval and the go ahead to represent the Brand.??
Earlier this week the Air Jordan 2010 was officially unveiled at a media summit in Miami, but just a few minutes ago, Dwyane Wade gave the world a preview via twitter at his own version of the Air Jordan 2010 in an all black colorup with his name stamped instead of Jordan.
Different from how Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul have represented the brand, Michael Jordan announced that he is officially “passing the torch” to Dwyane Wade. Wade spent six years with Converse, but after years of asking to join Team Jordan, he is not only on the squad, but is the captain.
No word yet whether this exact colorway and Wade version will be available for retail when the model releases February 13, 2010 for $170. ?Stay tuned for updates!