Off-White x Air Jordan 2 Low Shoes to release this Fall 2021

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Off-White x Air Jordan 2 Low Shoes to release this Fall 2021

Off-White x Air Jordan 2 Low Shoes to release this Fall 2021

New Jordans Retro, The latest Off-White x Jumpman sneaker to be teased is a white and red Air Jordan 2 Low, which has already been heralded by fans as one of Virgil's best creations yet. A possible nod to the "Varsity Red" colourway from 1986, one of the versions features midsoles with an "aged" aesthetic, and a cracked appearance. Michael Jordan's signature is printed on the lateral collar, while Virgil's signature plastic zip tie hits the laces. MJ's signature also features on this pair, but it's done in silver (instead of black) and placed on the lateral quarter.
2020 Jordans, The Off-White x Air Jordan 2 Low is reported to come in a color blocking inspired by the model’s OG White and Varsity Red colorway. Other details remain scarce so far, though we also know that the shoe will feature a vintage/cracked midsole look. And there's another colourway done in black with purple accents, bright coral laces, and an orange zip tie. It will also include same detailing such as Michael Jordan's signature on the lateral side, Off-White branding on the medial portion, exposed-foam collars atop a cracked midsole.
Shop Air Jordan Basketball Shoes, Midsoles feature a trompe l'oeil-style print that makes them appear as if they're cracked and crumbling, Michael Jordan's printed signature graces the lateral collar and the collar itself features exposed foam construction. The rest of the details are more familiar, with Abloh's signature plastic zip tie taking up residence on the laces and Helvetica text stamped on the medial quarter. As expected, Helvetica text is stamped on the medial quarter, with two sets of "SHOELACES" included in cream and black. The Virgil Abloh-helmed label updates the silhouette by applying Michael Jordan's signature on the lateral side, while Off-White branding appears on the medial portion. Rounding out the look is a "cracked" midsole.

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