A First Look at the Jordan Jumpman Zero Gravity


Jordan Brand to introduce the Jumpman Zero Gravity into its Summer basketball lineup.

Jordan Brand is heating things up for hoopers this Spring and Summer, and the Jumpman Zero Gravity is a model you’ll want to keep your eyes open for.

Altering the build of the popular Why Not Zer0.2, the Zero Gravity lowers the ankle collar height. However, the Zero Gravity is not a Why Not Zer0.2 Low — although we have heard there might be one later this year.

Tech specs include a lightweight textile build, synthetic overlays for structural support and lockdown, forefoot Zoom Air, lightweight Phylon midsole and an aggressive-looking traction pattern that I can’t wait to try out.

Release dates and pricing have not been released just yet, but stay tuned to WearTesters for updates. In the meantime, let us know how you feel about the upcoming Jordan Jumpman Zero Gravity in the comment section.


3 Comments

  1. I like this semi-trend of making ball shoes that can pass for lifestyle shoes. The marquee boost and the puma disrupt did it very nicely. These seem less lifestylish than those, but they do look like they would work. They seem kinda narrow, though, like lebron witness-narrow. Thats concerning.

  2. Really digging these: light grey are super clean. If they had full length cushion would be looking at them for on Court action. Think will pick KD12s but these might be an off- court option

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