After helping make the Zoom Flight '98 and the Zoom Hawk Flight famous, Gary Payton was finally given his first official signature shoe by Nike. The shoe was called the Nike Zoom GP, with the GP standing for Gary Payton. Unfortunately for Payton, this was his only real signature shoe, although it still goes down in infamy as being a cult classic amongst sneakerheads. If you were a fan of Payton, you were a fan of this shoe. Well, after coming out 20 years ago, the model is finally being re-released this weekend.

This odd-looking sneaker has a flap on the upper that is held together by a buckle strap. The leather upper is mostly white, although there are black overlays all the way throughout. Meanwhile, a green Nike swoosh helps to add a pop of color to an otherwise basic color scheme.

If you're looking to cop these, they'll be released on Saturday, April 20th for $160 USD. You can check out the more specific details of the shoe below, courtesy of Sole Collector.

Nike Zoom GP
Release Date: 04/20/19
Color: White/Black-Cinder Orange-Lucid Green
Style #: AR4342-100
Price: $160

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Nike Zoom GP White Black Release Date AR4342-100 Profile

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Nike Zoom GP White Black Release Date AR4342-100 Medial

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Nike Zoom GP White Black Release Date AR4342-100 Sole

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Nike Zoom GP White Black Release Date AR4342-100 Top

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Nike Zoom GP White Black Release Date AR4342-100 Heel

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