UPDATE: Following the release of early on-foot images of the Air Jordan 2 Low “Cherrywood” last month, we now have an official look at the sneakers courtesy of Nike. At the time of writing, there’s still no word from the Beaverton-based imprint on a launch date, but there’s speculation that this installment will be part of Jordan Brand’s Summer 2023 slew. Scroll further down to learn more about the crispy clean colorway and note that the pair is expected to be priced at $150 USD.
Looking at Jordan Brand’s plans for 2023, the Air Jordan 2 continues to play a key role in the division’s offerings. It saw its most action yet in 2022 with a countless list of collaborators that included the likes of TITAN, Shelflife, J Balvin and many more. Now, looks such as the Air Jordan 2 Craft series and “UNC to Chicago” lead the way into the new year for the silhouette.
Last month, a new take on the Air Jordan 2 Low emerged with “Cherrywood” detailing. With on-foot images surfacing this week, a closer look at the upcoming release has been provided. A white leather base found in many releases of the model is joined by shaggy suede paneling in off-white at the midfoot. Its titular “Cherrywood” appears most prominently at the heel and trim while also accenting the suede portion by partially outlining it. A matching red Wings logo lands on the tongue while a white Air Jordan 2 midsole is supported by a gray and “Cherrywood” rubber outsole to complete the colorway.
Release details for the Air Jordan 2 Low “Cherrywood” are limited as Nike has yet to share any official information. However, a summer 2023 launch is currently expected for the pair at a price of $150 USD via Nike and select Jordan Brand retailers worldwide.
Stay tuned for more information and in other footwear news, the Air Jordan 4 SE Craft “Photon Dust” had its own on-foot images surface this week.