In the realm of sneaker culture, Jordan Brand’s fervor for the Air Jordan 2 is beginning to wane. The iconic silhouette that once commanded attention now finds itself in the shadows, with only a scarce few drops left in its arsenal. Adding to this dwindling lineup is a women’s exclusive release, unveiled by the esteemed sneaker purveyor, atmos Tokyo.
Staying true to the Jumpman legacy, the colorway of this AJ2 iteration adheres to the classic combination of White, Black, and University Red. However, what sets this release apart is the inclusion of a yellowed “Coconut Milk” sole and heel guard, injecting a touch of vintage elegance.
Let’s be honest, the Jordan community may be feeling a bit fatigued by the constant influx of Air Jordan 2 releases. Unlike its bookending counterparts, the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 3, the AJ2 has struggled to strike a resonant chord with enthusiasts, release after release.
But fear not, sneakerheads, as October 10th, 2023 has been marked as the official release date according to the prestigious launch calendar of atmos Tokyo. As for our friends across the pond in the United States, the release date is yet to be determined.
Before you go, be sure to catch a glimpse of the enticing Jordan Holiday 2023 release preview over at Sneaker News.
If you’re eager to track down a pair for yourself, make sure to stay tuned to @kicksfinder on Twitter, as they’ll provide live updates during the release.
In the world of sneaker journalism, factual reporting is key. So here are the essential details you need to know:
Model: Air Jordan 2 Low
Release Date: 2023
Colorway: White/University Red-Black-Coconut Milk
Price: $150 (Women’s)
Style Code: FD4849-106
For our sneakerheads in Asia, mark your calendars for October 10th, 2023. That’s the day you can get your hands on a pair of these exclusive kicks. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to add them to your collection!
And with that, we conclude this chapter in the ongoing saga of the Air Jordan 2. Stay tuned for more sneaker news and updates, as the world of sneakers never sleeps.