Air Jordan Dub Zero – Black – Varsity Red – Light Graphite | Unreleased Sample

February 5, 2011 BY

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The Jordan Dub Zero is credited as being the first multi-Air Jordan hybrid shoe, paving the way for other creations like the Air Jordan Spiz’ike, Six Rings, and 60+. The Dub Zero combined elements from various Air Jordans, like the ‘TWO3’ from the XII, the weaved leather panel on the heel from the XV, the midsole from the IV, ‘spoiler’ from the VI, and the upper silhouette from the XIII, with a unique lasering graphic being the primary visual appeal of the shoe. This colorway of Black, Varsity Red, and Light Graphite was set for a Summer 2009 release alongside the three great colorways, but unfortunately hit the ‘scrapped’ pile, never to be seen again. What do you think of this colorway? It certainly draws comparison to many popular Air Jordan colorways, but does it work on this Dub Zero? Take a look at the details below and if you want to cop these for your collection, check out the auction from pswhite9summer on eBay.

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