This is a pair of Air Jordan Dub-Zero in the "Chicago Bulls" white, black, and red color combination. The Air Jordan Dub-Zero was released in 2005 alongside the Air Jordan XX (20) which was a mark on the history of the Air Jordan line. To design both models Jordan Brand brought back Tinker Hatfield and the laser engraved print of MJ's career was introduced. The Dub-Zero was the first Air Jordan hybrid shoe and would feature design elements from eight Air Jordan models. These features include the Air Jordan IV (4) sole and midsole, Air Jordan VI (6) heel tab, Air Jordan XI (11) patent leather on the upper, Air Jordan XII (12) "T W O 3" stitching on the tongue, Air Jordan XIII (13) upper silhouette, Air Jordan XV (15) woven pattern on back, Air Jordan XVII (17) chrome on heel, and Air Jordan XX (20) laser print on the side panels. The Dub-Zero sold well when it was released and has gradually increased in popularity. Today collectors are scavenging for dead stock pairs so make sure to grab this one now.