November 23rd, 2011 by John K.
What? January already? We still have the mammoth month of December to get by before we even think about the New Year, but Jordan Brand’s got a nice preview of what’s to come in the beginning of 2012. A number of new models will debut, like the performance-friendly Jordan F2F II and lifestyle-inspired Jordan As-You-Go and Jordan Big Fund Viz RST. You can count on full-length Air Max releases as well, like the Jordan Big Ups in a clean Black/White rendition and the street-stomping City Air Max TRK in a slick new colorway. Check out all of what’s to come from Jordan Brand this January and stick with Sneaker News for more releases as they develop!
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October 9th, 2011 by Aaron Hope
Another day, another look at an upcoming Jordan F2F II in black. But unlike the Chicago-style joints we showed you Monday, these feature purple accents along with an orange Jumpman. Could this Phoenix Suns colorway indicate that we might see something along the lines of the Six Rings/Air Jordan 1 Phat Championship Pack; perhaps a few other NBA-style colorways from other vanquished foes like the Pistons or Celtics? Maybe some of the new teams since Michael Jordan retired for the third time? In any case, this dark yet exuberant colorway has us curious about what other kinds of things to expect from this recent unveiling, and you can see more images of this one after the jump. via Sneakergo
Jordan F2F II
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October 3rd, 2011 by Aaron Hope
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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