Not one of the most popular Jordan models, the AJ II’s hold a special niche for some Jordan and sneaker fans. What’s more relevant is how fans had to wait so long for the Jordan to retro the shoe due to the original mold plates cracking and jeopardizing the future any of kind of Jordan 2 Retro. But fortunately for us, JB got their act together and were able to produce a close enough resemblance of the OG silhouette and colorway. Original set to release on the 1st of May, the anticipated release is now set back to the 22nd. We’ll keep you posted if there are any further Jordan date changes, otherwise stay tuned to our Jordan Release Page.