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Russell Westbrook’s Next Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low Goes Full Cement

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Jordan Brand’s use of all-over cement print on their slate of summer releases continues, as after the Air Jordan 10 “Light Smoke” dropped at the tail end of July a new take on Russell Westbrook‘s Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low doused in the same cement print has now surfaced. The aforementioned all-over print adorns both the upper and the midsole, while contrasting black details arrive on the lace shroud’s Jumpman hit and the bold Westbrook logo on the tongue. The shoe removes the original Why Not Zer0.1‘s strap and also opts for an ever so slightly lower cut, but the strikingly-shaped heel and midsole remain intact for a look that’s both familiar and futuristic. A simple grey midsole and outsole with more black Jumpman branding complete the shoe’s look. You can expect these new Why Not kicks to release August 7th on Nike.com for $115 USD.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low
Release Date: August 7, 2018
$115
Style Code: AR0346-002