Originally released in 2005, the Jordan Dub Zero was the first hybrid sneaker released by Jordan Brand, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Nike-owned athletics clothing company. The pairs are the brainchild of legendary footwear designer Tinker Hatfield, who mixed and matched elements from popular Air Jordan models 4, 6, 11, 13, 20, and others.
Dressed in hues of “Black,” “Taxi,” and “White,” the upcoming pairs arrive in a patent leather base featuring the silhouette’s signature laser engravings across the lateral and medial panels. A hard rubber pull tab is secured on the heel with yellow piping teased across the inner lining and Jumpman logos on the tongue. Rounding out the look are tri-tone midsoles featuring a clear Air bubble on the heel and icy blue rubber outsoles.
The Jordan Dub Zero “Black Taxi” is set to release via Nike and select retailers in the coming weeks for $160 USD.
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