For Sale Retro Jordan, Originating from the Chinese streetball mecca ‘Beijing, Dongdan’, Jordan Brand recently released the ‘Dongdan’ series of items, including the Air Jordan 6 Low, Air Jordan 35 Low, and Jordan Hydro VI.First info obtained by HOUSE OF HEAT has the SP (special-edition) pair set to arrive in a mix of White, Black, Tour Yellow, and Total Orange. At this stage, how these colors will be arranged is a mystery, so we’ve put together a speculative set of mock-ups based around the Infrared Low blocking — an arrangement we’d definitely love to see take shape come 2021.
Going over the Air Jordan 6 Low Dongdan, it comes dressed in a White, Black, Tour Yellow, and Total Orange color combination. Utilizing an Orange and Red gradient on the base represents the afterglow of the sun shining on the stadium.Other details includes White leather overlays, Black detailing atop a translucent outsole inspired by the meridian of the sole. The “Xiazhan Dongdan” LOGO highlights the identity and interprets the way of basketball here with the colors of Dongdan.
With a new season comes new footwear, and two new takes on Russ’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 — a Thunder-style black/orange/blue and a grey/white/yellow — have been unveiled, minus the lace shroud that was prevalent on previous iterations of the Zer0.1. Titled the “Chaos,” Westbrook’s shoes retain a familiar shape but with some new detailing: a ballistic mesh upper with loop-style eyelets appears in place of the aforementioned shroud, and signature “Why Not?” branding appears on the tongue, while further Westbrook graphics adorn the forefoot of the left shoe and the insoles.