Following the first two "Black/White" and "Black/Yellow" colorways, Edison Chen has revealed his third and final CLOT x Nike Cortez (CLOTEZ) arriving in the classic "OG" aka "Forrest Gump" colorway. Originally designed for the track by Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman, the Cortez first debuted in 1972 in this "OG" colorway, which would later regained popularity when they were worn on screen by Tom Hanks in the film, Forrest Gump. This offering of the CLOT x Nike Cortez (CLOTEZ) arrives in a White, Game Royal, and University Red colors scheme nodding to the "OG" release. The 3-in-1 design can be worn as is or taken apart to become a sneaker and a slip-on reminiscent of a Kung Fu shoe. It comes equipped with a drawstring fastening system featuring a Yin Yang symbol and Chinese characters "功" and "夫" (Kung Fu）embroidered at the heel. The shoe, meant as an indoor house shoe, features a White leather upper with Red Swooshes, while the slip-on sports Blue Swooshes with serrated bottoms for maximum grip. Each "Clotez" comes with detachable insoles for extra comfort.