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Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 “OKC Home” Releases On March 14th

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Although Russell Westbrook has shown a recent propensity for rocking wild PE editions of his Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 — inspired by everything from the Rugrats to a Game Boy — on-court, the flamboyant point guard’s energetic signature model is now set to release in a simple “OKC Home” colorway. The shoe’s textured base is done up in a simple combo of white mesh and synthetics, while Thunder-colored accents appear on the heel, collar, eyelets, medial heel tag, midfoot, and throat. Encapsulated Zoom Air provides responsive cushioning to ensure the shoe’s performance equals its looks, and a finishing touch is then provided by the visible size tag that peeks through a clear plastic window on the outsole. Grab a look at Brodie’s newest kicks below, and expect them to release in full family sizes at the Jordan Brand stockists listed below on March 14th for $125 USD.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.2
Release Date: March 14th, 2019
$125
Style Code: AO6219-100 (Men’s)
Style Code: AO6218-100 (Big Kids)
Style Code: AT5719-100 (Little Kids)

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