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The Jordan Dub Zero “White/Cement” From 2009 Is Returning Soon

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Ever since the unexpected resurgence of the Jordan Dub Zero last year, the retro silhouette has been mostly honing in on supplying its audience with a plethora of newer versions such as its recent camo-covered and “DMP” styled offerings. However, for its upcoming iteration, the model’s original catalog is being called upon to assist in a retro release of its “White/Cement” colorway that initially debuted back in 2009. No modifications are made in terms of its design cues as the uppers are mostly swathed with a clean white backdrop, which in turn open up the gates for its accents to steal the show. Grey accents overtly shine through its traditional laser etchings on its lateral/medial paneling, followed by its speckled midsoles and heel molds that draw inspo from the popular Air Jordan 4 “White Cement”. Additionally, the Jumpman logos placed atop the tongues and outsoles peak through in Bulls-inspired red. Find a closer look here ahead, and expect a release to occur within the coming weeks on Nike.com and at select stockists for $150.

In other news, check out a first look at the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom in black and green.

Jordan Dub Zero “White/Cement”
Color: White/Cement Grey
Style Code: 311046-105

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