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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE Debuts On July 11th

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Russell Westbrook is now riding solo in OKC, but at least his signature Jordan line is set to vault right back into the headlines this month thanks to the new Why Not Zer0.2 SE in “Red Orbit.” A continuation of the popular Why Not Zer0.2, this SE edition retains the same overall shape and bold aesthetic, but differentiates itself with a much more deconstructed look. Combining ultra-bright red with a stark midnight black and then using a cool powder blue as a buffer between its two extremes, these Jordan hoop shoes then get technical with a translucent TPE midfoot overlay, exposed foam detailing around the tongue/collar, and extra loops towards the front of the lacing system. Alternate branding is present too, thanks to a rectangular logo that’s visible below the aforementioned midfoot overlay, and text branding towards the forefoot that lets you know in no uncertain terms what the shoe is about. The signature see-through window that displays the size tag on the outsole then finalizes the look. You can expect this new take on Brodie’s signature shoe to release July 11th via Nike.com/at select Jordan stockists for $125 USD, so enjoy a complete collection of official images directly below while you wait.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE
Release Date: July 11th, 2019
Color: Red Orbit/Red Orbit-Black-White
Style Code: AV4126-600

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