Take a First Look at the Air Jordan 2 Low "Cherrywood"

Following the first look of the "UNC to Chicago" colorway, the Air Jordan 2 Low now surfaces in an unseen "Cherrywood" palette. The low-cut silhouette derived from Jordan Brand's second model has been on its way to the top recently, receiving new colorways left and right. From the eye-catching "Craft" rendition to Shelflife's buzzing collaborative effort, simplistic "Cherrywood" hues now hit the pair. The sneaker is readied with a classic white leather base featuring perforations that uniformly run across the toe boxes. Mudguards overlap, leading into the medials fashioned with shaggy cream-tinted panels that obtain burgundy perimeters. The same tone jumps onto the ribbed heel tabs, melting into the liners and adorning the rubber tongue labels imprinted with Air Jordan branding. The design sits atop traditional white midsoles, while two-toned bottoms complete the look. Take a closer look at the Air Jordan 2 Low "Cherrywood" above. The pair is expected to arrive via Nike and select retailers in 2023 for $160 USD. In case you missed it, the Pharrell x adidas Humanrace Samba collection receives official imagery. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast

Take a First Look at the Air Jordan 2 Low "Cherrywood"

Following the first look of the "UNC to Chicago" colorway, the Air Jordan 2 Low now surfaces in an unseen "Cherrywood" palette.

The low-cut silhouette derived from Jordan Brand's second model has been on its way to the top recently, receiving new colorways left and right. From the eye-catching "Craft" rendition to Shelflife's buzzing collaborative effort, simplistic "Cherrywood" hues now hit the pair.

The sneaker is readied with a classic white leather base featuring perforations that uniformly run across the toe boxes. Mudguards overlap, leading into the medials fashioned with shaggy cream-tinted panels that obtain burgundy perimeters. The same tone jumps onto the ribbed heel tabs, melting into the liners and adorning the rubber tongue labels imprinted with Air Jordan branding. The design sits atop traditional white midsoles, while two-toned bottoms complete the look.

Take a closer look at the Air Jordan 2 Low "Cherrywood" above. The pair is expected to arrive via Nike and select retailers in 2023 for $160 USD.

In case you missed it, the Pharrell x adidas Humanrace Samba collection receives official imagery.

Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast