The Two 18 x Air Jordan 2 Low x pays homage to the Detroit area.
With Travis Scott’s Air Jordan 1 Retro Low OG “Reverse Mocha” set to drop on July 21st, many people are counting down the days. After that, rumors have suggested another TS x AJ 1 Low OG will drop, colorway unconfirmed. While we await more details on that pair, an interesting Air Jordan 2 Retro Low has surfaced, and it's not a Travis Scott collaboration...
This mysterious Air Jordan 2 Retro Low is an “SP” edition, which stands for “Special Projects.” This label is usually reserved for collaborations. With that being said, this pair comes in a rocky tan, British tan, gym red, and team royal colorway. It sports an all-brown design, very reminiscent of Travis Scott’s signature earth tone look.
Due to this similarity, many people are dubbing this AJ 2 Low a Cactus Jack collab. However, while the rumor mill is running rampant, quick to dub these a TS collab, that is not the case. They were made in collaboration with Detroit-based retailer, Two 18. Subtle red and royal blue accents via the piping on the sides provide the only pop of color on this pair, as its covered in two-tone browns. A sail colored midsole sits atop a full translucent rubber outsole. Given Two 18's Detroit roots, the sneaker is finished off with a map of Motor City metro printed on the sneaker's insoles.
The Two 18 x Air Jordan 2 Retro Low SP Rocky Tan is set to release in Holiday 2022. It will drop at Nike, via the SNKRS app, and select Jordan Brand retailers worldwide, both in-store and online. Coming in men’s sizing, retail is set at $200. 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.
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