Air Jordan 2 (II)
Six-time NBA Finals MVP and a Five-time Most Valuable NBA player Michael Jordan is a self-brand and an athlete, entrepreneur, and billionaire—triple threat. Jordan championed fifteen seasons with both the Chicago Bulls, 1984-1985, then 1994-1995 through 1997-1998, and later the Washington Wizards, 2001-2002 and 2002-2003. With a record career of 32,292 points, with assists totaling 5,633 assists in 1,072 NBA games.
Jordan received the honor as one of the Greatest 50 Players of the NBA in 1996—topping it with a $275 million buy of the Charlotte Bobcats team, who in eight years would become the Hornets. His second signature sneaker was designed just nine years earlier, called the Air Jordan 2.
The sport shoes were infused with a craftsman-flair by artisan Bruce Kilgore in Italy. Distinct colorways were laid into both high top and low designs. Until the molds would eventually become damaged and then lost, spanning 1994 to 2001.
A retro-style with the moniker Nu Air Jordan 2 surfaced by 2003, but Jordan’s flagship shoe would emerge again. It’s fresher redesign featured a ready-to-play sole with a high-end upper. As the Jordan legacy would release a 2005 shoe brand sporting two low top model—and three colorways.
2007 saw to limited released Air Jordan 2s for both men and women. While it would become one of the Doernbecher Freestyle Collection for Nike, and a one-time edition of 313 pairs, inspired by musician and rapper Eminem.
Each newer design harkens to the Jordan legacy as “retro”—spanning “Silver” and “Bin 23” versions by 2010. As fashionable creations and bold colorways hit the streets by 2014 to 2016, making the Air Jordan 2 a stylish score with high-end sneaker aficionados.
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