Flight School: Air Jordan Dub Zero
Before fusing two or more sneakers together began a trend, the Air Jordan Dub Zero was one of the first sneakers to ever mix designs into one cohesive shoe. Though there were many mixed feelings about the Air Jordan Dub Zero when it was released, it still managed to fly off the shelves within minutes. Legendary designer Tinker Hatfield managed to combine the Air Jordan 4, 6, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17 and 20 and actually create a shoe that had it’s own identity. There were only a total of five Air Jordan Dub Zero’s made in 2005, but who knows? Maybe Jordan Brand will bring them back around for the true Jordan aficionados.