The Air Jordan signature line was built on Nike’s Air Max technology, briefly going to Visible Air route from 1988 to 1991. The Air Jordan III, IV, V, and VI are the only Air Jordans to feature visible Air, so perhaps those four models will get the 360-degree Max Air treatment, but here’s another look at the Air Jordan II Max that we showed you last Thursday. Combining the Air Jordan II upper with the sexy appeal of full length Air with an outsole adopted from the Jordan Take Flight, the Air Jordan II Max is an amalgam of Nike’s most advanced Air technology with the shoe that propelled Michael into the air in the 1987 NBA Dunk Contest. Check out these new images below and stick with Sneaker News for more updates regarding this latest Air Jordan hybrid. via in52.