The Air Jordan II Max falls right in line with Jordan Brand’s future outlook, which looks to implement the latest basketball performance footwear technology while keeping the Legacy at heart. Perhaps the simplest way to do that is to take an Air Jordan signature model and slapping on some new tech, like the basketball-specific 360-degree Max Air unit on the outsole. Seems fitting that this Air Jordan II rendition now features ‘AIR’ on the heel-tab opposed to the original ‘NIKE’ or even the more recent ‘JORDAN’. A black midsole would’ve kept these a bit more OG, but that isn’t the most daunting feature of this upcoming Jordan Brand hybrid. A new set of images await you below, so take a look at let us know what you think. via kicksablog.
Air Jordan II Max