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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low Is Available Now

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Russell Westbrook is a unique player. There’s nobody in the NBA who can match his blend of athleticism, ferocity, and unwavering determination. A unique player of his caliber deserves a unique sneaker to match, and Jordan Brand provided Westbrook with just that when they released his signature Why Not Zer0.1. Much like Westbrook himself, the shoe provoked strong opinions from hoops fans the world over and now an updated low-top take on the silhouette is set to release early this July.

The Why Not Zer0.1 Low features the same forefoot shroud, toggle-centric lacing system and unique heel design as the original high-top version, but with a slightly lower collar—more a mid than a true low top— and no ankle strap for extra flexibility and range of motion. The shoe has arrived in a simple black on black color scheme, with a white underlay on the forefoot shroud poking through for a small pop of contrast. Wesbrook branding arrives on the tongue, and Jordan logo hits adorn the forefoot, heel, and lateral side of the collar. The shoes are set to officially release July 1st, but are available now at Reinarts for $115.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low
Release Date: July 1st, 2018
$115
Color: Black/Black-White
Style Code: AR0043-001