In both of the Air Jordan 2.0 colorways we’ve previewed after the initial colorway, over half of the images have depicted grade school sizes. This might have been an issue in days gone by, but in a time when even kids get full-length cageless Max Air cushioning, they serve as an accurate representation of what to expect from the mens retail release. The only difference between this Air Jordan 2.0 and the version you’ll be able to buy soon is that the mens’ edition features three eyelets above the signature ‘wing’, whereas the GS joints only have two. Take that into consideration when you examine a new crop of images after the jump, and if you can fit into a pair, Kicks-lab has US Y sizes 5.5-7.5 available early.
Air Jordan 2.0