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Jordan Zoom 92 Highlighted in Chile Red and Volt

A nod to ’90s basketball shoes, the Jordan Zoom 92 focuses on comfort, while tapping into the irreverent spirit of that era’s designs.

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This latest offering comes dressed in a Black, Chile Red, Smoke Grey, and Volt color blocking. The shoe features Black nubucks and synthetics on its upper highlighted with Red and Volt contrasting accents throughout. Speckled laces atop a translucent outsole completes the design.

Already available overseas, you can expect the Jordan Zoom 92 “Chile Red” to release in the coming weeks in the states on Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $150 USD.

Jordan Zoom 92 “Chile Red”
Color: Black/Chile Red-Smoke Grey-Volt
Style Code: CK9183-007
Release Date: 2021
Price: $150

Jordan Zoom 92 Chile Red Volt CK9183-007 Release Date

Jordan Zoom 92 Chile Red Volt CK9183-007 Release Date

Jordan Zoom 92 Chile Red Volt CK9183-007 Release Date

Jordan Zoom 92 Chile Red Volt CK9183-007 Release Date

Jordan Zoom 92 Chile Red Volt CK9183-007 Release Date

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