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Jordan Brand Shows Off Collegiate Air Jordan 4 And Why Not Zer0.2 PEs

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With conference championships, the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Tournament, and the NIT mere weeks away, Jordan Brand has unveiled school-specific PE versions of both the Air Jordan 4 and Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 for six colleges: Georgetown, Marquette, Oklahoma, Florida, UNC, and Michigan. The AJ4s opt for vibrant renditions of each institution’s signature color palette, from powder blue for the Tar Heels to bright crimson for the Sooners. Meanwhile, the Why Not Zer0.2 takes an alternate route — using the team colors for accents and speckled detailing on a white/grey base, plus a sample tag that’s visible through the outsole. As all of these shoes are team exclusives, they’ll never see a retail release. However, you can check them out in detail below, and also catch them in action on the feet of your favorite Jordan Brand-sponsored squad this March.

















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