With summer’s warm breezes beginning to blow, it’s almost time for raucous games of outdoor basketball, and the Jumpman has readied a new low-top hoops silhouette that’s perfect for all your summertime balling needs: the Jordan Zero Gravity. Although the shoe is low-cut in its construction, it seemingly boasts almost as many details as some of its more mountainous high-top counterparts, equipping a two-tone mesh upper that’s split evenly between yellow and fuchsia with a white midfoot overlay. The design is also garnished with bright orange accents on the heel tab, throat, and small-sized Jumpman logos. Slight similarities to Russell Westbrook‘s Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 are present as well due to the shape of the forefoot overlay and the abstract stylings used on the heel clip. A speckled midsole loaded with Zoom Air cushioning and an outsole that features a sunburst-style traction pattern then complete the look. This new silhouette just dropped at retailers in Asia, and will likely arrive on Nike.com stateside soon, so check out a full set of official images below while you wait.
Jordan Zero Gravity
Release Date: Summer 2019
Style Code: AT4030-157
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