Air Jordan Dub Zeros

Air Jordan Dub Zeros

The Air Jordan Dub Zeros made its first appearance in 2005, and uses different parts of almost all Original – Retro Air Jordans I – XX. 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 XX released and was a tribute to Michael Jordan and his career.
Some parts of other Air Jordans that are recognizable on the Jordan Dub Zero are:

Air Jordan 4 (IV): Midsole and Sole on the Jordan Dub Zero
Air Jordan 6 (VI): Pull Tab on the heel of the Air Jordan Dub Zero
Air Jordan 11 (XI): Patent Leather throughout the Jordan Dubs
Air Jordan 12 (XII): T W O 3 down the tongue
Air Jordan 13 (XIII): The shape of the upper is from the Jordan 13
Air Jordan 15 (XV): The Woven area at the heel
Air Jordan 17 (XVII): Chrome at the heel
Air Jordan 20 (XX): Laser on the uppers

Even though the Air Jordan Dub Zeros were made up of many Retro’s and previously released Jordans, this particular model was not a Retro. A total of five Air Jordan Dub Zeros have released, and sales for each one were well selling out for withing days.

Every popular Air Jordan to release, their are plenty of fakes to go along with them, and sadly the Jordan Dub Zero is no exception.