Don't call it a comeback. The Air Jordan Super.Fly was one of the most popular team models from the Jumpman last year, often sported by Clippers sensation Blake Griffin. Towards the tail end of the season, Blake broke out the Super.Fly 2. At the time, there wasn't much known about the sequel to the 2012 model, but today images have surfaced of the Super.Fly 2 in all its detailed splendor.
While it's still too early to speculate on the technology used in the Air Jordan Super.Fly 2, a few conclusions can be made from the photos. The model is now equipped with FlightPlate technology, as seen on the Air Jordan XX8 and Trunner Dominate Pro. The outsole of the Super.Fly 2 boasts an aggressive herringbone design, which promises to provide grip on the hardwood. Meanwhile, it's a safe bet that Zoom Air cushioning will return in the follow-up of this successful team model. Stick with Sneaker Report for more on the Air Jordan Super.Fly 2, including availability details.
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