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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 Is Releasing In A Kids-Sized “Washed Coral”

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Summer basketball sessions are beginning to heat up, and Jordan Brand has ensured that young Russell Westbrook fans will have a bold pair of hoop shoes to play in with a new Why Not Zer0.2 colorway titled “Washed Coral.” Brodie’s second on-court signature sneaker is known for its medley of patterns and textures on the upper, the entirety of which are accented here by a tonal soft pink palette. Down below, the midsole continues the warm weather-appropriate look, albeit with a small deviation: a pop of white and black appears on the medial side above the forefoot’s Zoom Air unit. The design is then rounded off by a tried-and-true gum outsole with “Why Not” branding on the toe, and as is part the course for the Why Not Zer0.2, the size tag is visible through a translucent window on the heel. Although Westbrook’s season is unfortunately long over, small-footed proponents of his shoes can look forward to this new makeup’s release on Nike.com June 6th, complete with a retail price of $85 USD.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 GS
Release Date: June 6th, 2019
$85
Color: Washed Coral/Washed Coral-Gum Yellow
Style Code: AO6218-600