Arriving at retailers this July is the Jordan SC-2, follow-up to the Jordan SC-1 that debuted last year. The Jordan SC-1 was most recognized for its super-high tongue and the use of the classic Air Jordan III midsole, so is the SC-2 any different? No longer do we see the AJ3 midsole, but an updated version of the Air Jordan IV midsole that we saw in the Jordan Flight 9 (which also debuted last year). Additional details include the unique perforated panel on the upper and the use of elephant print on the heel guard. These three colorways will become available in July at Jordan Brand retailers, so take a look at all three below and let us know what you think.