October 3, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 10
When the Jordan F2F debuted earlier this year, its quilted side panels and parallel columnar perforations made it clear this model took some cues from the Air Jordan XIV. For its sequel, Jordan Brand jumped back into 2011 and picked up some design elements that make this one seem like an offshoot of one of this year’s multiple flagship variations. The Jordan F2F II isn’t too terribly far from the Air Jordan 2011 Quick Fuse, but instead of Hyperfuse integrated into the nubuck uppers, this model uses the cutouts to cover yet more parallel stitching; almost like an AJXI IE Low meets AJXIV. In any case, JB’s best non-signatures seem to be both familiar and fresh enough to stand on their own; does this latest design hit the mark? Click through so you can see the F2F II from all angles and stick with Sneaker News for all the upcoming release dates. via SP
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What is going with the designer minds at JB. Maybe all these old looking styles would've worked in the 90's. No sense of creativity. How old are the designers at JB: 50 and over.
idk what to think, not great, but i wanna c some more colorways. Dont really kno what they were going for here tho, doesnt look like high performance materials, and it isnt a casual shoe design either