The Air Jordan X was released in 1994 at a time when Michel Jordan was retired from NBA. The sneaker had a $125 price tag at the time. Tinker Hatfield was once again the one who designed the shoe, one that Michael was not very impressed to begin with, initially. But the X was eventually a success, being worn by many players at the time and eventually by MJ when he finally made his comeback after a year and a half break. There was even a cleat version of the Air Jordan X, for baseball enthusiasts. As with the other versions of the line, this sneaker has became a celebrated retro, with many colorways released over the years. Jordan created numerous versions to represent various NBA teams, with the Chicago one being the most famous. Other renowned editions include the Steel Grey, Shadow Black or Drake’s OVO among many others.