Jordan Brand must have looked to Victor Frankenstein M.D. for inspiration when they pieced together the Dub Zero – as it takes parts from Jordan models 4, 6, 20 and 12 to create an entirely new silhouette.
It’s been a while since the creation has risen to walk the earth, but now they’ve shocked it back into life with this new ‘Oreo’ make-up. For a polarising shoe, the result is actually quiet restrained. Laser etchings generally take centre stage on the Dub Zero, but here they’re anchored in black to merge with the rest of the upper. The famed colourway is then rounded out with a speckled midsole and pull tab.
Look for the Air Jordan Dub Zero in Oreo to land on Nike online from November 9.