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Air Jordan II (2) Max (Air Max 360) White Black Red Detailed Look

The Air Jordan line, along with the Air Max line, really drove home the concept of “Air” back in the technology’s infancy with your “Airness” making the concept a household word. Despite the fact that the Jordan line was dubbed the Air Jordan since the first controversial colorway of the Air Jordan 1, It was not until the Air Jordan III though, that people were able to actually see the Air in the Air Jordan. For their newest hybrid concept, Jordan Brand is letting you see the Air in the Air Jordan in a whole different light. Starting with the Air Jordan II, Jordan Brand will be combining the classic styles for the Air Jordan catalog with the 360 Air Max Visible Air Unit. The combination combines the heritage of the OG Air Jordans with the newest in Air Max technology. The White/Black/Red Air Jordan II Max combines the classic look of the OG White/Black/Red Air Jordan II with a full length Red Visible Air Unit.

No word on an official release date as of now. Once I hear something, it will be posted.

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Air Jordan II (2) Max (Air Max 360) White Black Red Detailed Look

Air Jordan II (2) Max (Air Max 360) White Black Red Detailed Look

Air Jordan II (2) Max (Air Max 360) White Black Red Detailed Look

Air Jordan II (2) Max (Air Max 360) White Black Red Detailed Look

Air Jordan II (2) Max (Air Max 360) White Black Red Detailed Look

Air Jordan II (2) Max (Air Max 360) White Black Red Detailed Look

Air Jordan II (2) Max (Air Max 360) White Black Red Detailed Look

Air Jordan II (2) Max (Air Max 360) White Black Red Detailed Look

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