The Jordan Two Trey Joins Jordan Brand's 2022 PSG Collection

Launching alongside a previously revealed Air Jordan 5.

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In an effort to be constantly expanding its offerings, Jordan Brand has introduced several new silhouettes this year. While some are new signature sneakers for the brand’s NBA superstars, the Jordan Two Trey is a hybrid that pulls from seven classic Air Jordan looks. Now, the Two Trey receives its first collaborative touch in continuation of the partnership between football club Paris Saint-Germain and Jordan Brand.

Following up on a previously revealed Air Jordan 5, the Swoosh now shares a look at the PSG x Jordan Two Trey. The upper blends white mesh and leather with gray mudguards that match the aforementioned Air Jordan 5. Collaborative branding also carries over with it landing on the tongue, lateral tag, sockliner and heel. A white midsole combines with an icy translucent outsole to complete this upcoming look.

A specific release date for the PSG x Jordan Two Trey has not been announced. However, it’s likely that this pair will be available alongside its matching Air Jordan 5 on September 3 via Nike and select retailers. In the meantime, take an official look at this colorway above.

In other footwear news, a mix of “Dark Concord” and “Taxi” accents are hitting the Air Jordan 1 Low.

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