For anyone that knows Jordan Brand really well, knows about the Air Jordan 1 Prototype that used the Air Jordan 2 midsole. There are pairs floating around but are very rare. Celebrating 30 years, Jordan Brand will actually release them.
On point with the original sample pair, the Air Jordan 1 2 Hybrid uses a red and white color combination with the addition of a unique wings logo. The midsole of course comes from the Air Jordan 2.
The official name of the Air Jordan 1 2 Hybrid hasn’t been released yet, but for now we will call them that until the brand says otherwise. As well, no specific release date yet but is expected to drop Summer 2015.