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The BrandBlack J Crossover 2 Low ‘Special Ops’

The BrandBlack Spring 2016 collection is looking nice; we will get some solid performance models at moderate prices.

My favorite shoe they’ve created — thus far — is the BrandBlack J Crossover 2 Low. The model takes what was great about the mid and adds some much needed durability to the upper — along with some additional reinforcement for containment and support. This pair of the BrandBlack J Crossover 2 Low has been dubbed ‘Special Ops’ due to the color scheme, and it looks like it’ll be solid whether you wish to rock them on or off court.

This ‘Special Ops’ colorway was teased from the Ciff Raven Trade Show in Copenhagen that we reported on a few weeks ago, although it did not have a name then.

You can also see a preview of BrandBlack’s other offerings this spring in the last image. The image showcases other colorways of the BrandBlack J Crossover 2 Low, a couple of models I’ve never seen before, the J Crossover 2.5, and the upcoming WearTesters x BrandBlack Ether collaboration.

Check out BrandBlack’s Spring 2016 collection below and let us know if you’ll be trying to cop anything.

BrandBlack J Crossover 2 Low 'Special Ops' 1
Image via @BrandBlack
BrandBlack J Crossover 2 Low 'Special Ops' 2
Image via @draysse
6 comments
  1. As much as I like my JC3, I still find even the cushion of the JC2 to be slightly better. I don’t know what it is about it but that’s my honest opinion. I agree with your opinion of the 2 low. That look of the 2 lows is just clean to me. I can’t wait for the general releases.

  2. So long as they release everything on their site as soon as the products are ready instead of what happened with the JC3s, then everyone wins.

  3. Man, I am hoping I will be able to get the Weartester Ether. I know it will be tough but damn they are so clean and a true reminder of what sneakers were in the 90s. Absolutely love them.

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