Thanks to Virgil Abloh, hype surrounding the Air Jordan 2 Low has officially reached new heights. Designed by sneaker legends Bruce Kilgore and Peter Moore, the low-top basketball silhouette was originally revealed back in 1986 and was world-renowned for its use of premium materials and its high-quality craftsmanship. While a lot has changed since then, it looks like Jordan Brand is set to bring this luxurious look and feel back with the upcoming Air Jordan 2 Low "Craft" - and here's everything that we know so far.
Image courtesy of @masterchefian, the "Craft" is split into two sections. Painted in a creamy beige hue across its upper, the front half opts for a smooth leather finish while the back is done up in buttery suede. Vibrant yellow accents make their way to the sockliner and tongue, and speaking of which, you'll find the iconic winged basketball insignia here in its original design.
A release date for the Nike Air Jordan 2 "Craft" has yet to be officially revealed, but we'll be the first to let you know as soon as it comes through. While you're here, the ultra-hyped TITAN x Air Jordan 2 Low is now available at The Edit LDN, so secure your size while you still can.