The Air Jordan Dub Zeros initially debuted in 2005. The silhouette utilizes a variety of specs from Air Jordans I-XX. This sneaker was contributed to arguably the greatest sneaker designer of all time, Nike’s current Vice President of design, Tinker Hatfield. The Air Jordan XX was also released the same year attributing Michael Jordan’s illustrious career. Dressed in a White, Black, and Metallic Gold color scheme. The shoe features White laser-etching on the sides with Black patent leather. Finishing off the DMP-style are Metallic Gold accents throughout.