The Jordan Zoom 92 Captures Classic Air Jordan Essence With Two New Colorways

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Thanks to its part in UNION LA’s upcoming collaboration, the Jordan Zoom 92 is poised to receive a huge boost in stock. Its colorways, while already part heritage and part brand new, are slowly adopting more and more familiar palettes — the latest duo arguably one of the most overt in such an approach since the silhouette’s inception.

One black, one white: the upcoming releases effectively fill two spots in one’s rotation. The first, which is not too unlike many Jordan brand notables, steers clear of Bred and the adjacent for a look more reminiscent of Chicago Jordan 1s. White patent seems to construct much of the upper from the toe cap to the heel counter, while the underlying base bears a grid patterned synthetic. Laces accent with black detailing, covering a black tongue whose peak bears a bright red Jumpman emblem. Elsewhere, midsole walls finish with dark neutrals while the forefoot placed air bubble finishes with another hit of red.

To complement by way of opposites, the model then dresses up in the iconic black/red. Nubuck toe caps are dyed a dark black much like the Bred 4 before it, while the lateral sides contrast with lighter grey synthetic throughout the lower half, mid-panel, and part of the collar. Reds then work their way into the same spots as the aforementioned, though it stands far more pronounced atop the white/grey tooling and dark grey tongue.

Grab a detailed look at both pairs right here and sit tight for their upcoming Nike.com release.

In other news, the Jordan 1 Bio Hack is releasing in GS sizes.

Jordan Zoom 92
Style Code: CK9183-106 (White/Red)/CK9183-005 (Black/Red)

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