Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 Surfaces in an OKC Colorway
Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 had a very successful launch last week, with many, myself included, suggesting that Russ’ sophomore signature sneaker is the best Team Jordan signature we’ve ever seen.
While that call may be a little premature, it’s easy to see why we’re claiming it. Designed with a performance-first mentality, Jordan Brand managed to both load it with tech and make it aesthetically pleasing. (You can read more on that here)
We’re expecting the sneaker’s success to continue, especially if crispy colorways like this OKC-themed pair continue to drop. It of course pays tribute to Russell’s true colors; a Thunder player for life. It comes dressed in traditional home strip team colors, headlined by it’s multi-textile and mesh upper in white, paired with orange detailing on the TPU heel counter, tongue branding and lace loops. The midfoot shank arrives in light blue, with royal nabbing the collar and upper lace loops. A splash of yellow graces the forefoot and it’s all pieced together on a crispy white two-piece sole unit
Release info at this stage is vague, but expect a release to head your way later this year. Stay tuned for more.
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