The "Bordeaux" Look Comes to the Deconstructed Air Jordan 2

All wine-colored everything.

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“Mint Foam” isn’t the only colorway coming to Jordan Brand‘s upcoming “Deconstructed” rendition of the Air Jordan 2. Coming soon to the slim-downed design is the iconic “Bordeaux” look. Unlike the Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux,” however, these come entirely draped in the wine-inspired hue as it hits everything from the suede upper, eyelets, and laces to the lining and sole unit.

Sans bulky collar padding, these Air Jordan 2s — like the aforementioned “Mint Foam” release — are set to hit Jordan Brand retailers this Wednesday, May 24.

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