When Michael Jordan suffered a foot injury during his second season, Nike called for a change on the Air Jordan 1 design. Last Jordan sneaker designed before Tinker Hatfield would take over the Nike scene, the name and face behind the Air Jordan 2 is named Bruce Kilgore. The Air Jordan 2 had a soft midsole that redefined sports shoes. The soft midsole provided the shoes a luxurious cushioning. The most notable feature was the absence of Nike Swoosh branding anywhere on the shoe. It was actually the first Nike shoe that ever went Swooshless, with the intent of letting the Jordan line speak for itself.