Here is the first look at the Jordan Melo M7 ‘Future Sole’. Melo will be rocking these on the court this Friday which will be his first signature in sneaker featuring his new team’s colors.

More details after the jump…

Last August, 15-year-old Allen Largin came away the winner of the Future Sole 2010 competition with a creative design of the Jordan Melo M7. Largin’s design was inspired by the clean lines and durability of Indy Cars and meaningful symbols relating to Carmelo Anthony’s life.

Since winning the contest, Largin has been able to personally present his design to ‘Melo and work with the Jordan design team to continue developing his initial drafts into a final product. When ‘Melo suits up against Detroit on Friday he’ll be rocking the Future Sole M7.

The Melo M7 Future Sole debuts in a New York team orange/white-midnight navy colorway and features several personal touches. The Melo ‘M’ logo is prominently displayed on the heel, while the in-step of the shoe features his sister’s name “Chelle” to honor her memory. The tongue of the shoe also showcases the Future Sole logo.

‘Melo won’t be the only baller rocking these on Friday, as members of his alma-mater Syracuse will also be wearing this M7 during their first-round tournament game. You’ll be able to get your hands on these kicks yourself when they hit retail this Summer at Foot Locker’s House of Hoops.

Via Jumpman23

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  1. I dont understand y not just make these the m7’s or the made last years future sole’s the m6 because both future sole melo’s looks way better than the m6’s and the m7’s. Dont everyone agree

  2. The future sole m6 looked better then the regular m6. These m7 don’t look better then the original m7 the m7 are actually okay but these are just too much even with a different color scheme. They shouldv e already made a pair of m7 in the knicks syracuse colorway.

  3. lol I dont understand how these kids who design at these contest do a better job than the actual designers at jb.