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The Jordan Dub Zero Pairs Camo And Patent Leather For Flashy Military Themes

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The Jordan Dub Zero may not be the most awaited release of 2020 — thanks to the nearly impossible to get Dior Jordan 1 — but ever since its return back in December, it’s slowly begun to iron out a more pattern heavy set of colorways, mostly adding the etchings of adjacent models atop neutrals. Its latest, however, forgoes the tired treatment for one far more interesting and universally loved: camo print. Dressed along its overlaid suede, the pattern sprawls in its standard woodland variation with greens and brown earth tones matching the backdrop of olive patent and smooth leather. Lining, tongues, laces, and heel pulls balance by way of black while the tooling uses the same dark shade alongside midsoles of a brighter white. Grab a detailed look at these here and expect a Nike.com release in the coming months.

In other news, the Air Jordan 34 Bayou Boys is releasing early at Sneaker Politics.

Jordan Dub Zero
Style Code: 311046-200