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An Olympics-Friendly Colorway Takes Over The Jordan Zoom Separate

Inspired by Luka Dončić’s game, the Jordan Zoom Separate has had a delayed release schedule in the U.S., but that hasn’t deterred it from continuing to pop up in new colorways. The latest?: A navy, red and yellow makeup reminiscent of past Olympics-friendly releases from NIKE, Inc.

Textile bases on the upcoming sneaker largely indulge in an off-white tone that allows for some of the aforementioned tones to revel in the spotlight. Reinforcing components along the forefoot, tongue and heel deviate in both material and color scheme, as they introduce durable suede and plastic in a deep navy hue. Branding on the lateral toe, top of the tongue, medial midfoot, and heel opt for bright yellow flair, which also animates the torsion plate visible via the sole unit. The Zoom Air unit encapsulated under the ball of the foot also gets covered in a gold medial-reminiscent color, while radial-patterned tread built to withstand outdoor courts boasts an all-red look.

Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike.com launch before the second half of the year commences.

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