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Finely-tuned machines were often the inspiration for Michael Jordan’s footwear, and 2007’s Air Jordan 22 was no different. While previous silhouettes honored Jordan’s cars, the Jordan 22 looked to the F-22 Raptor fighter jet for its design cues. Elaborate stitching patterns and reflective 3M provided details to the silhouette.

D’wayne Edwards returned and took design cues from an iconic fighter jet to design the performance-loaded Air Jordan XX2. Radar-inspired stitching and reflective camouflage gave the AJ XX2 a look that was built for battle, while its technology equipped players with weapons to take care of their enemies in the air.

Innovation in the Air Jordan XX2 led the way for future basketball shoes. It was built with the game’s first-ever titanium shank plate, a chevron traction pattern, and customizable IPS cushioning technology that let players choose between double-stacked Zoom Air-sole unit or shock absorbing Encapsulated Air.

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