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Two 18’s Air Jordan 2 Low Drops This Month

Devin Robertson

Detroit is one of the most fashionable cities in America with a long history of getting fresh. Two 18, one of the newest streetwear institutions in the city, is the brainchild of Roland Coit and sister store to Burn Rubber. Originally announced on our SoleSavy Podcast featuring Coit, official images of the Two 18 x Air Jordan 2 Low have arrived. 

The silhouette opts for a premium mix of suede, nubuck, and leather for an elegant feel. It comes dressed in varying shades of brown with the medial suede overlays having a distinctive reptilian pattern. Red and Blue accents on the piping surrounding the overlay add an extra jolt of color while also paying homage to the colors of the Detroit Pistons. Other details include Two 18 branding on the inner tongue, a map of Detroit and its surrounding areas on the graphic insoles, and a special Two 18 hangtag. The look is completed by a clean white midsole and a translucent outsole.

The Two 18 Air Jordan 2 Low will include a matching apparel collection that includes t-shirts, hoodies, shorts, and a jogging suit. A Detroit-exclusive release of the Two 18 x Air Jordan 2 Low is set to occur on October 14 at Two18, 1400 E Fisher Service Drive beginning at 10 AM ET. A wider release is set for October 21. A retail price of $200 has been set for the shoe.

As always, our sneaker monitors and release day strategy will have members ready for drop day.

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