Jordan Brand and Union Los Angeles will be teaming up one more time in spring of 2022 with a collection featuring two Air Jordan 2’s. 

With an Off-White collection set to release at any time and now a Union Los Angeles capsule scheduled for 2022, it appears Jordan Brand has big plans for their second silhouette. While the sneaker is probably the least released silhouette out of the Retro offerings, it looks like the shoe is getting a little more love than usual and for fans that have to go without the release of the model, they couldn’t be happier.

Set for two new renditions, the stage has been set for two colorways in either “Grey Fog/Siren Red-Light Smoke Grey” or “Rattan/Siren Red-Beach-Orange Peel”. While no leaked images have surfaced expect two premium renditions that feature Union Los Angeles branding and likely special packaging like we’ve seen in the past.

UNION X AIR JORDAN 2 RELEASE INFORMATION

The Union x Air Jordan 2 collection will be dropping in Spring 2022 via Union in-store and online along with a drop on Nike SNKRS for $225. It could be a possibility as well that one of the colorways will be a Union exclusive like we’ve seen in the past. Enjoy an early mock-up below and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news.

Union x Air Jordan 2 “Grey Fog”
Color: Grey Fog/Siren Red-Light Smoke Grey
Style Code: TBA
Release Date Spring 2022
Retail Price: $225

Union x Air Jordan 2 “Rattan”
Color: Rattan/Siren Red-Beach-Orange Peel
Style Code: TBA
Release Date Spring 2022
Retail Price: $225

UPDATE 11/25: We now have a first look at the second UNION x Air Jordan 2 colorway. Check out the early image below along with a comparison between the two via leaked.sneaks and zsneakerheadz.

UPDATE 11/5: Nike has provided official images of the Union x Air Jordan 2 in “Grey Fog”. Stay tuned for updates as we get a better look at the “Rattan” rendition.

Source: Py_Rates

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