Jordan Dub Zero "Legend Blue" Receives an Official Release Date

Derived from the 2014 Air Jordan 11 “Legend Blue.”

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Jordan Brand is set to drop the Dub Zero in a colorway inspired by the Air Jordan 11 “Legend Blue.”

The initial colorway was first debutd in 2014 and arrived in a white and icy blue transluscent outsole. The Jordan Dub Zero “Legend Blue” takes design cues from the original shoe, incorporates multiple elements from other Jordan Brand classics like the Air Jordan 4, 6, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17 and 20. The colorwya sees the shoe come dressed in white, legend blue, black and neutral grey. The upper is donned in an all-white leather and features laser printed details on the side panels. The “Legend Blue” details are highlighted on the midsole, rounding out the design with a grey and white outsole. The tongue also features the Jumpan logo and “Two 3” stitched in the blue as a nod to the legendary Michael Jordan.

Take a look above at the Jordan Dub Zero “Legend Blue” and ready for the release on October 1, 2022 for a price of $160 USD in select retailers and online at Nike.

In other footwear news, take a look at the Air Jordan 1 Low SE “Split” in a red, grey and black colorway.

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