Often overlooked yet pivotal in Jordan Brand’s global expansion, and the continued progression of high-end sneakers, the Air Jordan 2 looks to take its rightful place in the sun with a new modern iteration — the Air Jordan 2 Decon.
Debuted earlier today in “Mint Foam,” the slimmed silhouette is removed from excess padding and weighty leather. Instead, the deconstructed model features a lightly textured suede fabrication with traditional midsole tooling below.
Jordan Brand alum and current NikeLab employee Danny Nunez today debuted the shoe in a monotone “Bordeaux” colorway, which takes from the Air Jordan 7 of the same name yet without the excess black, grey and yellow tones.
Early reports indicate that the Air Jordan 2 Decon will release sometime in July. Give the “Bordeaux” colorway a look below and stay tuned for more details.