Air Jordans III thru VI featured visible Air cushioning, but it was the one right before that range that Michael wore when taking to the skies for his first NBA Slam Dunk Contest win in 1987. Fitting, then, to see the Air Jordan II receive an update in the form of the top of the line Air Max cushion. The Air Jordan II Max adds a basketball-specific 360-degree Max Air unit to the classic design, leaving us with an anachronistic look that we can’t help but wonder if more models might be on the way. Will we see any of Jordan Brand’s NBA contingent rocking these come Playoff time? Stick with Sneaker News for updates on our NBA Feet feature to find out, and in the meantime, click through to see more shots of the AJII Max and let us know what you think. via Taobao.
Air Jordan II Max