Who should buy the Jordan Ultra.Fly 2

The Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 continues its predecessor's success with updated tech, plush cushioning, and ideal comfort. The Zoom Air units in the heel and forefoot deliver a responsive and low-profile cushioning. Jordan is all about flight, so get ready to take off from the court with the Jordan Ultra.Fly 2. This is a great pair for you if:

  • You want a pair of Jordans with updated technology to suit your game.
  • You're a versatile player who needs an explosive solid performer on the court--whether it's indoor or outdoor.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 logo

Superior midsole technologies of Ultra.Fly 2

In the heel and forefoot of the Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 are Zoom Air units that deliver responsive cushioning. They ensure a more natural and comfortable reaction while you cruise down the court.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 midsole

The midsole is made of a lightweight Injected Phylon (IP) foam that adds another layer of plush cushioning and provides a smooth and stable ride all game long.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 midsole back

Jordan's excellent outsole structure

The Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 has a rubber outsole that features a multidirectional traction pattern that enhances friction. It prevents slipping and provides a good grip on any surface.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 outsole

Enhanced lockdown for Jordan Ultra.Fly 2

The Jordan Ultra.Fly 2’s lightweight knit provides containment while its full-length internal cleatie construction delivers a snug, one-to-one fit. A synthetic overlay is added to the upper for a more enhanced lockdown.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 ankle

The shoe also features a webbing lace system that locks your foot down. It creates a dynamic and supportive fit that allows your foot to flex naturally.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 lockdown

A midfoot shank increases torsional rigidity; providing the support you need to make all your best moves on the court.

Strong, comfortable upper construction

A lightweight knit upper bonded with synthetic overlays provides an enhanced fit and increased durability for long-lasting comfort.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 upper

The Jordan Ultra.Fly 2’s knit upper is as comfortable as a sock and supports natural movement. It also delivers the support you need for sharp cuts and sprints.

Ultra.Fly impressive transformation

Made famous by an on-fire Jimmy Butler during the Bulls playoff push during the 2016-2017 season, Jordan Brand gives the head-turning Ultra.Fly a sleek sequel. The Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 blends mid-top containment with lightweight movement.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 upper logo

Jordan Brand designers have once again shown that they are willing to experiment with their on-court models. The Ultra.Fly 2 bears a strong resemblance to the Air Jordan 15. It strips back the OG’s elaborate caged upper with a modern one-piece cleatie construction. Its streamlined upper is topped off by a curled collar with an extended tongue in a similar “Flight” inspired motif as the Jordan 15 retro.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 logo mid

The Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 is anchored by a Zoom Air cushioning system.  A wavy midsole adds definition to the otherwise retro-based model.

Jordan Ultra.Fly 2 midsole top

Facts / Specs

Weight: 398g
Top: High
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Features: Ankle support
Colorways: White / Black / Blue / Red / Grey
Special editions: 1 special edition
SKUs: 487002101 / 510978406 / 897998001 / 897998010 / 897998011 / 897998117 / 897998123 / 897998402 / 897998601 / 914479003

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Author
Dimitrije Curcic
Dimitrije Curcic

Dimitrije Curcic has been playing basketball for over 22 years. Like Manu Ginobili, he’s a left-hander whose moves led him to a better career-shooting percentage than the Argentine himself. After playing professionally for 10 years, Dimitrije moved to coaching for two seasons before he became a basketball statistician for StatScore, and FanSided contributor for the San Antonio Spurs. Dimitrije loves to tell hoop stories through numbers and graphics and has been featured on Fansided, FiveThirtyEight, Eurohoops, and TalkBasket among the others.