The Pan-African movement started last century as a political movement to unify the diaspora of those of African descent in the Americas. The movement flag had three bars, red, green and black. Those colors, which happen to also represent Italian label Gucci have been used on the Air Jordan 2.0. The Gucci connection is important to note as the Air Jordan 2’s connection to Italy.
The Air Max 360 and Air Jordan II fusion is fitted with an upper that blends nubuck, croc embossed leather and textured leather. The color scheme is set in black with red and green accents. We will keep you posted when these drop.
The Air Jordan 2.0 is set to debut this Saturday.