On-Foot Look at the TITAN x Air Jordan 2 Low

The Air Jordan 2’s collaborative hot streak continues.

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The Air Jordan 2 was first presented to the world in 1986, but in its 36-year lifespan, the silhouette never really had its moment to shine in the mainstream. However, 2022 has been a complete 180-degree shift for the Bruce Kilgore/Peter Moore-designed model has it has and will be lent to various collaborators for reimagining. And the latest to surface in our midst is the Manila-based hoops brand and retailer TITAN’s Air Jordan 2 Low collaboration.

For its second collaboration with the Jumpman crew, TITAN chooses to lean into an overtly tropical motif. Bold “Chlorophyll” accents are most pronounced on the kicks as they see their way to the corduroy overlays that surround the toe boxes as well as the ridged heel counters. Doses of “Safety Orange” also get added to the mix here as they dress up the interior liners and ball-and-wings logos that rest on the tongues. Extra details arrive by way of the speckles that outfit the midsole areas as well as the fruity graphics that are positioned on the interiors of the tongues.

The TITAN x Air Jordan 2 Low is targeting a release during the Holiday 2022 season, so check out their on-foot images while you wait on their arrival.

For other news, the Air Jordan 1 Elevate Low has surfaced with a “Multi-Color” look.

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