Williamson’s second signature sneaker comes with a revamped Stroebel unit, which is divided into three sections. Cushioning is taken care of by a full-length Zoom Air unit that’s around 20% larger in the forefoot area for increased response, along with a better cushioning on the heel.
You still get the same mid-cut build as its predecessor, though the Zion 2 adds a forefoot strap for better foot lockdown. Its overall look is a throwback to iconic Nike sneakers from the 80s and 90s–a closer look at the Zion 2 does show a homage to the Air Trainer 1. Other details include an updated Zion logo and a cup sole design that wraps throughout the upper.
Jordan Zion 2 Release Date
The Zion 2 will come in two colorways: Voodoo and Hope Diamond. The Voodoo colorway, which comprises mostly earthy tones, will be available in the US on June 22 for $120(~Php 6.6k). The Hope Diamond colorway, which comes with a dominant white upper and colorful graphics on the heel and ankle collar, will drop on June 30.
There’s no word yet on availability in the Philippines, but expect it to be available at SNKRs and various Nike and Titan stores.