Jordan 2

After the major success of the Jordan 1, designer Peter Moore became overwhelmed with new ideas for the second release. The Jordan 2 was the first Nike shoe that did not feature the Swoosh branding, which played a very risky move in the bond between Jordan and Nike. This set the tone for the rest of the shoes to come where the design was more important than the logo. Later, the shoe became a more coveted off-the-court fashion when it was featured in shows like ā€˜A Different World.ā€™ Shortly after, a special PE in the Nuggetsā€™ colorway was designed for Carmelo Anthony, helping to carry the Jordan legacy on.