The Jordan Brand Future Sole competition has been going for a few years now, and we have witnessed some incredible designs to say the least. However, 2010’s Jordan Brand Future Sole competition may have been one of the most memorable. For the first time, Jordan Brand released the winning Future Sole design in the form of the Jordan Melo M6 “Future Sole”. Carmelo Anthony wore multiple colorways of this Jordan Melo M6 “Future Sole”, a sneaker that was created by 17-year-old Austin Jermacans in the Future Sole Contest. It features multiple attributes that are derived from some of Carmelo?s favorite Air Jordans such as the Air Jordan IX (sparkling, textured nubuck), the Air Jordan XIII (ballistic mesh quarter panel) and the Air Jordan XI (patent leather).
Did you purchase the Jordan Melo M6 “Future Sole”, and was it worth $125? If not, are you wishing you would have snagged them last May? Was this one of your favorite Jordan releases of 2010? Let us know your thoughts on the Jordan Melo M6 “Future Sole” in the comment section below.