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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE “City Tour” Was Made For Summer Basketball

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Russell Westbrook‘s Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 is one of the most unique-looking basketball shoes on the market today, and now it’s getting stripped back just enough for summer hoop sessions thanks to a new SE version that’ll debut in a “City Tour” colorway. All about increased speed/mobility and decreased weight, Brodie’s newest kicks offer a deconstructed upper with alternate details like a see-through TPE overlay on the midfoot and a removed outer layer on the foxing that presents exposed foam detailing for extra comfort. External tags and branded embellishments then offer the signature bold flair that the virtuoso point guard’s line is known for. No performance is sacrificed in the name of these new embellishments either, as the aforementioned midfoot detail offers extra support, a Zoom Air unit provides crisply responsive cushioning, and the open-holed mesh upper ensures extra breathability on sweltering summer days. They’re set for an August 1st release on Nike.com/at select JB stockists, so enjoy a first look right here while you wait for their arrival.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE “City Tour”
Release Date: August 1st, 2019
$125
Style Code: AQ3562-100







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