Jordan Brand reportedly has plans to bring back the "Orlando" Air Jordan 10 in December for the first time since the sneaker released as part of the Air Jordan 10 "City Series" way back in 1995.

The original "City Series" released while Michael Jordan was away from the game, so Jordan Brand picked select NBA stars in the five cities portrayed on the kicks debuted the special edition 10s on the court. This included Orlando Magic swingman Nick Anderson.

While Jordan Brand has since retroed the "Chicago" colorway numerous times, this Orlando Magic inspired Air Jordan 10 has not released since the mid-90s. It is believed that the white, black and royal blue 10s will return to retailers on December 1st for the retail price of $190.

As of now, it doesn't appear that Jordan Brand has any plans to release the "New York Knicks," "Sacramento Kings," or "Seattle SuperSonics" colorways.

Check out early images of the "Orlando" AJ10 in the posts embedded below.