Take an Official Look at the Nina Chanel Abney x Air Jordan 2 Low SE

The collaboration with the African American contemporary artist continues.

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Accompanying the previously unveiled Air Jordan 2, African American contemporary artist Nina Chanel Abney and Jordan Brand are now set to release an accompanying Air Jordan 2 Low collaboration. Following a similar design, the women’s exclusive Nina Chanel Abney x Air Jordan 2 Low SE is centered around a mix of “White/Malachite/Neutral Grey/Sail.”

The upcoming collaboration features premium white leather upper bases accented by reptile print overlays and suede at the toe regions. Other detailing includes contrasting green heels and pull tabs, along with off white tone laces, specially printed insoles and a hangtag with Abney’s artwork. Rounding up the design of the shoe are vintage-like “Sail” hue midsoles paired with green and gray rubber outsoles.

Priced at $200 USD, the women’s exclusive Nina Chanel Abney x Air Jordan 2 Low SE is now set to release July 8.

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