There’s no giving up on the hybrids for Jordan Brand. They refuse to leave the signature Air Jordan line alone, consistently finding the need to use the sneakers in their new half-breed creations. For their latest concoction they took the upper of the Air Jordan 2 and transplanted it onto a full-length Max Air sole unit in what’s known as the Air Jordan 2 Max. Naturally, the shoe’s will probably attract a lot of negative comments like most of the hybrid’s, but those who actually use their Jordan’s for playing basketball are sure to appreciate the change. The standard Air Jordan 2 model doesn’t provide much cushioning, leaving you with sore feet after wearing them for extended lengths on court. That’s no longer an issue with the Air Jordan 2 Max. The 360 Max Air sole is sure to provide plenty of cushioning and ease high impacts.
Our first look at the Air Jordan 2 Max comes in the form of an OG AJ2 colorway featuring red accents on a white base. The photos are provided by premium reseller MarqueeSole, who has a size 8.5 in stock with more sizes on the way. It’s unknown at this time when exactly the sneakers will officially hit retailers, so stay tuned to Sneaker Obsession for further details.