November 12, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 4
The Air Jordan 2 Premio was the model that got the ball rolling on the now extinct Bin 23 series. Shown here is an alternate version of the shoe that never made it to retail. The shoe features leathers from Italy’s Vero Cuoio along with a build that’s just a bit more brown than the final product turned out to be. Keep in mind that the Italy connection has always been there as far as the Air Jordan II is concerned-the original run sported leather produced over there. Continue reading for all the angles and then check out the chance to own the Air Jordan 2 “Vero Cuoio” from kickz_n_cardz on eBay.
"UNWORN" and "MILD TOEBOX CREASING" should never go together. How'd the toebox crease? bending it in your hand? C'mon man. There's dirt on the gum soles man...