Back in February, Nike released the Air Jordan OVO 10’s celebrating Toronto superstar Drake, who was hosting the All-Star Game in Canada the same weekend.
On Sunday [July 17] Drake took to Instagram to show off a very special pair of solid gold OVO 10’s that apparently are not for wear.
The one hundred pound 24K gold Air Jordan’s were made by Matthew Senna and are the only pair made in history thus far. The pair is packaged in a custom made wooden case with “OVO” painted across the top accompanied by Senna’s autograph.
Identical to the black and white OVO 10’s, the special edition gold pair come with the same design distinctions from the stingray leather on the upper to the scotch grain leather panels. The pair even have the OVO owl emblem gracing the insole and the infamous Jumpman logo on the bottom heel. The details are impressive.