Westbrook's signature shoe is getting even more wild colorways.
Ever since debuting the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2, Russell Westbrook has been out on the court flexing some pretty incredible PE's. Westbrook's latest signature shoe is a sneaker designers paradise as there are multiple materials and toolings that make up the upper. It's one of the most interesting shoes on the market purely because of the potential for unique colorways. Westbrook has always been known to dress in an eclectic way and these shoes definitely fit his personality to a tee.
In a recent showcase in Paris, Jordan Brand showed off some brand new colorways of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 which will be sure to get the attention of fans once they release. The colorway above shows a "salmon" offering that has a gum bottom. Meanwhile, there looks to be an all-white/pure platinum colorway in addition to two others. One of those colorways is reminiscent of the Pure Platinum Air Yeezy, while the other has volt, pink, khaki, black, and white accents. Needless to say, all four colorways are pretty unique in their own right.
According to Sneaker News, there are no official release dates for these although you can expect them to drop some time in the Summer for $125 USD.
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