Share This Page: Air Jordan 10 "Double Nickel" The Air Jordan 10 “Double Nickel” was worn by MJ when he returned to the Chicago Bulls during the 1995 season after retiring to pursue his hand at baseball. Jordan wore these kicks when he dropped 55 points against the New York Knicks in only his fifth game back. The “Double Nickel” was last released in 2012, and the shoe returns in its original OG “Chicago” colorway. The sneaker has a white, tumbled leather upper with Jordan’s number ‘45’ embroidered on the lateral ankle. The tongue, laces and midsole are black, while the in-liner is red. The kick features a unique outsole that is black and red and features some of the biggest accomplishments MJ had during his career from 1985 to 1994. The Air Jordan 10 “Double Nickel” drops Saturday, March 28, in stores only so check out your local City Gear to cop a pair $190 for men’s, $140 for grade schoolers, $80 for pre-schoolers and $60 for toddlers.