The Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 Remembers Russell Westbrook’s Childhood With The “Splash Zone” PE

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Though many an athlete has had their fair share of PEs, few match the creative output of Russell Westbrook‘s line of signatures — the Why Not Zer0.3 the latest to travel both far and wide in terms of inspiration. Dressed either in loving nod to family or in reference to iconic media, the silhouette is only now revisiting past themes as it turns last year’s Super Soaker homage into an annual series. Packaged playfully with its own box — “NEW!” stamps and cheeky “No Batteries Required” text printed atop — the pair comes replete with the colors signature to the water gun notable as vibrant volts and oranges steer the palette. Both make way at the translucent strap, the webbing that stitches atop the tongue, and the various overlays scattered about, while the base and tooling turn to a blank white, rounding off the display much like the barrel of the muse itself. Grab a detailed look at these here, and even though they’re a PE, it looks like we’ll still be seeing a release on Jordan.com later this April.

In other news, Jordan Brand is further tweaking the classics with a tie dye Jordan 1.

UPDATE (04/09/2020):
Official images of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 Splash Zone have emerged.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 “Splash Zone”
Release Date: April 2020
Style Code: CZ3616-100

Source: Air.Jordan

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