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March 1, 2022
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Jordan Brand Wants You To Wear This Air Jordan 2 Low

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The Air Jordan 2 run continues in 2022 with an all-new low top.

Air Jordan 2 Retro Low "Responsibility"

With highly anticipated releases from Union, A Ma Maniere, and J. Balvin on the way, the resurrection of the Air Jordan 2 marches on. Spearheaded by the late, great Virgil Abloh for his Off-White imprint in November 2021, the Air Jordan 2 Retro Low is back in an all-new colorway.

Known as the “Responsibility” edition, these AJ 2s come in a clean black-based colorway, sporting premium materials throughout the entire design. Black nubuck covers the front of the sneaker while a unique graphic design wraps back to the black hard plastic heel. A unique tag is found on the medial sides with an arrow pointing forward. The midsole gets a hairy suede makeover and comes in beige to match the aforementioned side tag. A quilted liner and black rubber outsole are finished off by a custom tag on the insoles that reads: “JORDAN presents RESPONSIBILITY. Wear your shoes, show the world where you’ve been. Peace. Love. Respect.”

The Air Jordan 2 Retro Low Responsibility is set to release in 2022. It will drop at Nike as well as select Jordan Brand retailers online and in-store. Sizing and pricing have yet to be announced. Keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App to stay up to date on future releases. Looking for a full rundown on the Jordan 2 silhouette? Check out our Air Jordan 2 Buyers Guide and our Air Jordan 2 Release Date page for the latest upcoming releases.

Air Jordan 2 Retro Low "Responsibility"

Color: Black/Anthracite-Beige
Style Code: TBD
Release Date: 2022
Price: TBD

Images via leaked.sneaks, woganwodeyang

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