When you take a look at the Air Jordan 2, you might see some similarities between it and the Air Force 1. No worries, you're not seeing things: Bruce Kilgore, designer of the iconic Air Force 1, also crafted the second model in the Air Jordan line that dropped in 1986 when MJ was just on the rise to basketball stardom.
This luxe Jumpman model takes a more fashion forward approach in comparison to its predecessor, the Air Jordan 1. Being made in Italy might have had some influence on that. Hence the faux lizard-skin on the upper and smooth flowing lines. This modern day retro keeps true to the original design while mixing in never-before-seen colors on this silhouette.