Lonzo Ball’s latest sneaker, the ZO2 Prime Remix, is designed and manufactured by Santa Ana, a design consultancy founded by David Raysse and Billy Dill of Brandblack.
Let’s get this over with at the outset: the BBB ZO2 Prime will cost a whopping $495.
According to the Big Baller Brand website (which is full of grammatical errors and spelling mistakes), the shoe uses a big carbon fiber heel counter for support and a next generation foam that is 40% EVA which allows the ZO2 to sit 25% lower to the ground.
Using a blucher construction, like the Brandblack Rare Metal, the ZO2 Prime Remix should offer forefoot lockdown and weight savings — and the same great traction used on the Rare Metal. Additionally, the upper is constructed from mono-filament rip stop mesh taken from lightweight performance racing yachts.
If you’re excited for this sneaker, know you’ll have to wait for it. The new ZO2 Prime Remix won’t ship until January 30, 2018, and no refunds or exchanges will be available.
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Source: Big Baller Brand