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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Nick DePaula breaks down Zion Williamson’s signature shoe, the ‘Jordan Zion 1’ | SportsNation” – below is their description.
ESPN writer and sneakerhead Nick DePaula joins SportsNation to share his thoughts on Zion Williamson’s first signature shoe under the Jordan brand.
0:00 DePaula explains the various unique features and inspirations behind the Zion 1.
0:58 The structural integrity of the shoe was of paramount importance for Zion, according to DePaula.
1:53 The SportsNation crew discusses Vanessa Bryant and the Kobe estate’s decision to not renew their endorsement deal with Nike.
3:14 DePaula reveals his plans to test out Zion’s new shoes.
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