How many of you remember the Air Jordan Dub Zero? The Air Jordan Dub Zero made its first appearance in 2005, and uses different parts of almost all Original – Retro Air Jordans 1 – 20. The Air Jordan Dub Zero is actually contributed to one of the best sneaker designers of all time, Tinker Hatfield. This same year, the Air Jordan 20 released and was a tribute to Michael Jordan and his career.
Recently some pictures have popped up courtesy of @lh77crew‘s Instagram page that show a grey and blue iteration of the Air Jordan Dub Zero. By the look of the photos, the shoes come with special 30th anniversary insole, marking 30 years since the Air Jordan 1 was released. The Dub Zero above sports a combination of grey on the toebox and mud guard with obsidian on the side panels, midsole and tongue. Carolina blue also makes an appearance on the insoles and Jordan branding. There’s no word on a release date yet but stay tuned for more information soon.
images via: @lh77crew