AIR JORDAN 2

BRIEF INTRODUCTION

The success of the NIKE MICHAEL JORDAN 1S encouraged Nike to release the New Air Jordan in 1986 for the new basketball season.

Originally released in 1987, the NIKE JORDAN 2 was designed by Peter Moore and Bruce Kilgore. The sneakers were made in Italy, providing a luxury feel to them. It was the first Jordan not to have the Nike swoosh on the upper.

They released in two colorways, available in high and low top. In 1994 they were retroed for the first time, one colorway was released in high and low. Somewhere in-between 1994 and 2001, the original molds to the Air Jordan 2 were lost and broken. This would result in Jordan Brand not being able to retro the Air Jordan 2 ever again. Their solution, the short-lived Nu' Retro Air Jordan 2, which was released in three colorways in 2003 and featured a shrouded upper, sitting atop a new sole.

The shoe featured premium blue quilted leather inspired by a Chanel handbag and released in very limited numbers on January 31, 2015 for $275. The shoe was released again in a Beach colourway bundled with a premium snapback and gold pin for $650 on January 30, 2016. Then retro-ed in 1994, 2004–2005, 2008, 2010, 2014–2017.


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