Jordan Brand unveils Air Jordan 4 and Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 college team PEs

Jordan Brand once again shows the perks of being one of its affiliated colleges by revealing team exclusive versions of both the Air Jordan 4 and the Why Not Zero.2. The six schools are Georgetown, UNC, Michigan, Oklahoma, Marquette and Florida. The Jordan 4s all follow the same schematic of the upper in one of the colors of each school, the logo of each institution on the tongue, speckled detailing and translucent outsole. The Why Not Zero.2 also features the logo of each university on their tongues, speckled detailing but…

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Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 “All-Star”

The All-Star version of Russell Westbrook’s second signature shoe seems to right in line with Russ’s “fashion sense.” This Zer0.2 is outfitted in Hyper Turquoise, Camouflage Green, Infrared and Volt in to form a very vibrant package that is very Westbrook. This very over-the-top upper sits above an infrared and Volt midsole and outsole. The “All-Star” Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 is scheduled to release February 17 at nike.com and select Jordan Brand retail locations. The sticker price is set at $125 USD. Jordan Why Not Zer0.2Camo Green/Hyper Turquoise-Volt-InfraredCI6875-300$125February 17, 2019 

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Russell Westbrook shows off “Super Soaker” Jordan Why Not Zer0.2

As he walked into Boston’s TD Garden for his Thunder’s game against the Boston Celtics, Russell Westbrook revealed a never-before seen color of his signature shoe, the Jordan Why Zer0.2. The packaging ,which came from @reconbeatlab, may look familiar, as both it and the shoes were inspired by the Super Soaker, the water gun from the 90’s. The volt green and orange are the same color make up as that of the Super Soaker 50 Don’t get too excited over these just yet. They were designed as a promo sample…

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“The Family” Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 coming very soon

The lineup of Rusell Westbrook’s second signature sneaker, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 expands with this special edition colorway. The Family colorway pays homage to Westbrook’s family and it comes in a black synthetic upper with gold detailing on the “RW” logo on the left shoe’s tongue and the Jumpman on the right, and the signature on the heel pull tab. On the rear of the left shoe feature a tag that reads “The Family.” This upper sits atop a white midsole with a last bit of gold detailing on…

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Since the release of a limited Air Force One way back in 2005, Black History Month themed shoes have been a yearly staple from Nike. This year’s collection features shoes from Nike, Jordan Brand and Converse and includes the: Nike Lebron 16 Kyrie 5 KD 11 PG 3 Nike Air Force 1 Utility Flare 2 Air Jordan 1 Air Jordan 2 Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 (2) Chuck Taylor Highs The 2019 Nike Black History Month Collection commences with the release of the Lebron 16 on January 21st with the majority…

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“OKC” Jordan Why Not Zer0.2

This next colorway of Russell Westbrook’s second signature shoe features an OKC theme. Outfitted in the Thunder’s team colors, this sneaker features a white mesh and textile upper with orange on the heel counter. Varying shades of blue occupy the midfoot shank, the collar and tongue tab. A white midsole and outsole complete the look of this shoe. These are scheduled for a release later this year at select Jordan Brand retail locations. The sticker price is set at $125 USD

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A Look at the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2

After debuting his first oncourt signature shoe, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1.Jordan Brand release official images of Russell Westbrook’s second shoe, the Why Not Zer0.2. The released images depict a sneaker with a multi-colored upper that features a multitude of colors and materials in what could be termed a deconstructed manner. Other features include exposed tags on both the upper and the outsole. The upper sits atop a two-piece sail midsole and outsole. Overseas retailers will see a January 2, 2019 release. There is no info, as of yet, on…

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