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September 6, 2022
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Cherrywood Red Accents Appear On The Jordan Two Trey

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Jordan Brand's latest hybrid model gets a fresh coat of paint.

Jordan Two Trey Cherrywood Red

Jordan Brand is certainly no stranger when it comes to creating hybrid silhouettes, and for its latest mash-up, the Michael Jordan-helmed label has combined the Air Jordan 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, and 14, all into one single shoe that blurs the line between the classic and the contemporary. While the Jordan Two Trey "Cherrywood Red" certainly isn't for everyone, especially for those Jumpman purists out there, it's still a pretty solid shoe in its own right.

Arriving in a colorway that you would normally associate with the AJ 6, AJ 7, and AJ 16, the Two Trey works on top of a cherrywood red leather base while white panels hit the lacing system. The rest of the sneaker is contrasted with light steel grey tones at the mudguards and ankle, while a chenille Jumpman logo make its way to the tongue for added depth. Underfoot, a midsole is housed within an icy blue unit that harkens back to Air Jordan 11 "Cool Grey." To round it all off, the heel features a tag that gives MJ's six NBA championships a special shoutout.

The Jordan Two Trey Cherrywood Red White is set to release in Holiday 2022 in men's sizes for $155. You'll be able to grab a pair at Nike and select Jordan Brand stockists both online and in-store worldwide. Check out our Jordan release calendar, and keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App to stay up to date on future releases.

Jordan Two Trey "Cherrywood Red"

Color: White/White-Cherrywood Red-Light Steel Grey
Style Code: DO1925-103
Release Date: Holiday 2022
Price: $155

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