Air Jordan II (2) – Fred Jones Knicks Away PE

November 30, 2010 BY / 0

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Some may argue this claim but any sneaker in the Knicks/Mets royal blue and bright orange looks great. The Zoom LeBron IV ‘Birthday’ and LeBron VII ‘Hardwood Classic’, the SB Dunk Low ‘Supa’, Air Max 1 ‘Amsterdam’ Hyperstrike, and countless other general release shoes just seem to shine with the blue/orange colorway. Take for example this Air Jordan II Fred Jones PE; during his short stint with the New York Knicks, the former Dunk Contest champion was given this absolutely sick pair of the Air jordan II in a black upper with Knicks blue/orange accents, attacking in the just the right amounts with perfect color-blocking all-throughout. Up until 2010, the Air Jordan II might have been the tamest Air Jordan to date (in terms of colorways), but this Knicks PE shows that the Air Jordan II is certainly one of the best of all time – all it needs it the right colorway to give it a fresh jolt of energy. Check out the gallery of images of this rare Air Jordan II PE and cop this pair from sole_supreme on eBay.

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