The Jordan Two Trey uses another iconic colorway from the long history of the Air Jordan brand, just like its predecessors. This time, the reconstructed colorway looks like the “Shattered Backboard” colorway of the Air Jordan 1.

Stylish and functional, this shoe checks all the boxes

The smooth and cracked leather panels on the upper, which were inspired by both the AJ 6 and the AJ 7, are mostly covered in a clean white color, while the collar’s mesh construction gives it the usual black color. Instead of being the main color, the “Starfish” orange is used as an accent on the upper of the tongue, the back pull tab, and the forefoot eyestays. The outsole of the in-line colorway is based on the outsole of the AJ 11. The tread is a semi-translucent smoke grey with tangerine and golden yellow hits. To finish off the mix of past silhouettes, a lot of Jumpman logos show up in the main color scheme.


The Jordan Two-Trey looks like the Air Jordan 1, but it is made of more comfortable and luxurious materials. This sneaker not only looks very cool, but it is also high quality, as you would expect from a top brand and a top grade sneaker.