HomeAir JordanEXCLUSIVE: jordan why not zer0.1 triple double black signal blue team orange in ‘Archaeo Brown’ Releasing in October

EXCLUSIVE: jordan why not zer0.1 triple double black signal blue team orange in ‘Archaeo Brown’ Releasing in October

jordan why not zer0.1 triple double black signal blue team orange Archaeo Brown DO9406-200 Release Date Info

Each year, Jordan Brand releases a new Winterized Air Jordan model and this year will follow suit. Next, we have the jordan why not zer0.1 triple double black signal blue team orange jordan sc2 olympic.

This Winterized Air jordan 10 retro gs comes dressed in an Archaeo Brown and Multi-Color color combination. Currently, images have yet to leak. However, the photoshop we have is an accurate representation of what s releasing. Utilizing Archaeo Brown across the nubuck upper, where the signature stitching is on the panels and ankle overlay, it will be divided by deep grooves. Furthermore, the perforations will be slightly larger than your standard Jordan 14.

On most of the midsole, the pair will feature a Black translucent hue and White fills in the rest. Next, Red adorns the laces, tongue branding, heel, and the Ferrari-inspired emblem. Lastly, this beefed-up 14 features mostly Black on the rubber outsole.

jordan why not zer0.1 triple double black signal blue team orange Release Details

Jordan Girls Essentials Crew Sweat Junior Air jordan 10 retro gs Winterized to release at select retailers and Nike.com on October 30th. The retail price is $210. Once we have more information, including a first look, we will make sure to update you.

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Color: Archaeo Brown/Multi-Color/Multi-Color
Release Date: October 30, 2021
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Price: $210

The image used is an accurate mock-up by zsneakerheadz.

jordan why not zer0.1 triple double black signal blue team orange Archaeo Brown DO9406-200 Release Date Info

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