Jordan Brand Flex Their 2019 Collegiate Air Jordan 4 and Why Not Zer0.2 PEs
With conference championships, the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Tournament, and the NIT all just weeks away, Jordan Brand has taken the opportunity to flex its collegiate footwear muscle by unveiling their 2019 PE collections, including an Air Jordan 4 and Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 for six colleges. The lucky schools to score some sneakers are Georgetown, Marquette, Oklahoma, Florida, Michigan and Mike’s Alma Mater, UNC.
The Jordan 4’s we’ve seen before, each opting for a suede upper, pairs with translucent outsoles and wings, with splatter effects hitting the latter and the midsole. The Why Not Zer0.2s take an alternate route, all adorning a grey-based upper hit with speckled detailing on the midsole and midfoot lace stay strap, with team colors hitting the sock liners and outsoles.
Unfortunately, we won’t see a release on these, so grab your best look at the pairs below before seeing them in action later this March.