The Jordan Brand has just released the images and the details of two more of their upcoming models. The Jordan Dub Zero is reportedly going to make a comeback in today’s shoe market in time for the brand’s 30th Anniversary, according to Nike.
Plus, the brand has also given the public their first official look at the newly re-mastered Air Jordan 4 Retro “Tech Grey.” We are Starters says that this design, which is more famously known as “Oreo” due to its relatively similar color way to the Jordan VI “Oreo,” was actually first released back in 1999, as per Baller Status. It was revamped and given a premium black tumbled leather look with tech grey accents on its sides and more splashes of black here and there.
The Jordan Dub Zero, meanwhile, features a unique color combination. It has a white, classic charcoal, and wolf grey color scheme.
To make the design even more unique, it has an understated palette that features laser-printed overlays on the wolf grey portion of the shoe which is right on top of the classic charcoal base. The additional speckles of black further contribute to the design’s palette, as observed on its laces, tongue, and rear. The accents found on its midsole and heel are also highly noticeable.
According to the Nike report, the Jordan Dub Zero will be out on the market and Nike.com on Feb. 21 for $160 at around 10 a.m. EST. Meanwhile the Air Jordan 4 Retro “Tech Grey” model will be sold at $190 on the same date.
Kicks on Fire says that the Jordan Dub Zero is actually the brand’s tribute to the heralded Nike designer, Tinker Hatfield. The silhouette it uses boasts of an amalgamation of certain elements derived from Air Jordan 1 right up to Air Jordan 20, all of which Hatfield has proudly designed.
Sole Collector confirmed that the Air Jordan 4 Retro “Tech Grey” is actually the second AJ4 to be re-mastered. It follows the footsteps of the “Legend Blue” design and continues the Retro+ look with noticeable perforations on its upper portion, which replaced the brand’s traditional mesh. Moreover, the report says that its makers named it “Tech Grey” instead of “Cool Grey” to make the design even cooler.
It is also available in full family sizing as well. It is sold at $140 for GS sizes, $80 for PS, and $40 for TD, according to Foot Basket.