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Air Jordan 2 Player Exclusives for Michael Jordan’s Son

April 27, 2014 BY / 2

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It should come as no surprise that Marcus Jordan is on the very short list of high school athletes to have their own Air Jordan retro player exclusive (LeBron also made it there with that legendary SVSM Air Jordan 9). This pair for Heir Jordan was created back in 2009 and matches up with his Whitney Young High School Dolphins squad. Getting a glimpse of this sort of relatively tame colorway reminds us that the Jordan 2 is still a strong sneaker without the 2014 accoutrements like the safari and the elephant prints. Take a look at this rare Air Jordan 2 after the click and then see how much they’re going for from innovative_shopping_concepts on eBay.














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