Two months ago, Jordan Brand unveiled a clean “White/Challenge Red” iteration of its Jordan Max 200. This time around, the American footwear giant has opted for a striking “Black/Electric Green” makeover for the model. Unveiled near the end of last year, the silhouette is a distinctive take on the Air Jordan 4 that incorporates an Air Max midsole for a hybridized look.
Starting at the top of the shoe is a tonal tongue tab, embellished with a woven “Jumpman” logo alongside “MAX-200.” Boasting a dynamic mix of materials like suede, leather, and mesh, one distinctive feature is a semi-translucent rubber overlay that’s placed at the sidewalls. It comes with subtle perforations for extra breathability and offers textural contrast to the adjacent leather panels. Furthermore, “Nike” branding is colored in “Electic Green” at the heel, popping out from its black suede foundation, which also appears at the rear quarter and toecap. All of these details sit atop an articulated midsole, engineered with Nike’s essential Air cushioning technology for optimal stability and comfort.
The Jordan Max 200 “Black/Electric Green” is currently available at Nike’s website for $128 USD.
For more footwear from Nike, check out clean Easter-inspired colorways of the Air Max 97, Air Max 90 and Air Max 270 React.