September 17, 2013 BY ehloknows / 0
Derek Anderson entered the NBA as a national champion with the Kentucky Wildcats while donning MJ’s number ’23’ so he was a natural choice to lace up shoes donning the Jumpman on them when Jordan Brand became it’s own company during his rookie season in 1997. Over the span of his career, we’ve seen some great player exclusives (predominantly low tops) and this Air Jordan II Low is no exception. Given to Derek Anderson during his last season with the Charlotte Bobcats (fitting that he would finish his journeyman career on a team owned by His Airness) the shoe features an all white base while navy hits the midsole and lining. Vibrant orange accents appear on the heel while Anderson’s ‘Loyal 1’ is stitched on each shoe. Head to the gallery for a better look, and pick them up today from brokeonjordans on eBay.
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