Union Los Angeles just officially revealed their Air Jordan 2020 collection which includes the anticipated both of the Air Jordan 4’s, the newly added Air Jordan Delta Mid, and this Jordan Zoom 92. 

A blend of basketball tradition and Jordan Brand innovation, the Jordan Zoom ’92 is inspired by elements from three iconic shoes that fed off the supercharged international energy of 1992: the Air Jordan VII, the Nike Air Max 180 and the Nike Air Force 5. Fresh off the press, the rookie sneaker was just released and released last month so Jordan brand obviously has huge plans for the new silhouette with a Union collaboration going down just weeks after its initial debut.

Just like the Air Jordan Delta Mid featured an Off Noir colorway just like the black AJ4, the Zoom 92 is set to release in the fresh Guava Ice, so fans have two opportunities at each colorway. Across the updates upper, Guava Ice is showcased throughout the many stacked AJ6-inspired overlays while shades of red and blue accents are placed perfectly on contrasting overlays and branding. A yellowed midsole then finishes off the design as it exposes the Zoom Air Bag as a direct nod to the Air Max 180 and Air Force 5. A clean new offering of the rookie sneaker to say the least.

UNION X AIR JORDAN ZOOM 92 RELEASE INFORMATION

The Union x Air Jordan Zoom ’92 will release alongside the entire Union x Air Jordan collection on August 29th, 2020 via UnionJordanLA.com and Nike SNKRS. Expect a bunch of demand for each of the silhouettes so don’t sleep on your chances at copping of any of the four sneakers. As always, keep it locked for official images from Jordan Brand, any more details, and of course release links for your best chance at cooping.

Union x Jordan Zoom 92
Color: Guava Ice/Light Bone-Brigade Blue-Light Fusion Red
Style Code: DA2553-800
Release Date: September 30, 2020
Retail Price: $150

UPDATE: The Union x Air Jordan Zoom 92 will be releasing once again on the Nike SNKRS app on September 30th, 2020 via a Draw. Retail pricing is set for $150. Stay tuned for any more details.