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Up Close With Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 PEs For Tokyo And Seoul

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Fresh off his blockbuster trade to the Houston Rockets, All-Star guard Russell Westbrook recently ventured out East for his fourth annual Asia basketball tour. In the past week, Brodie has made stops in Tokyo, Japan and Seoul, Korea to spread some knowledge and share his love for the game through brand activations and youth basketball clinics.

For this particular tour, he wanted to show his fans some love by busting out some fresh Tokyo and Seoul PE variations of his signature Jordan Why Not Zer0.2s. Notorious for being one of the most flashy and fashion-forward players in the NBA, both pairs follow suit with vibrant colorways and attention-grabbing imagery that pay homage to each respective city. The “Seoul” pair features a vibrant kelly green and blue motif that possesses intricate patterns and textures inspired by a famous temple in the city’s Jongro District. For the “Tokyo” editions, he gives a nod to the city’s high-energy nightlife by dressing these with a darker black and gradient-blue base accented with a striking all-over print of the city’s signature neon signage. Enjoy a first look at the sneakers here below.