Russell Westbrook‘s signature sneaker line has recently enjoyed a handful of colorways of the Jordan Westbrook One Take, a new, more budget-friendly counterpart to the Why Not Zer0.3. While at an (even) more accessible price point, the Westbrook One Take doesn’t cut corners, promising performance – and flair – comparable to Brodie’s third signature sneaker with Jordan Brand. Perhaps inspired by its successor, the Why Not? Zer0.3 will soon hit retailers in a triple-white arrangement, forgoing the “Volt,” “Racer Pink” and other animated hues of previous iterations.
Clad in “White,” mixed mesh and synthetic uppers on the upcoming Why Not? release still make a statement with their jagged design lines and accompanying embellishments. Light grey polka-dots appear around the top of the tongue; external factory tags add bold “Black” contrast to the lateral heel; midfoot straps offer lock-down fit in their icy blue, translucent finish. Faint blue also makes a cameo on sock liners, but is replaced by “Metallic Silver” across logos, midsole/outsole detailing and remaining accents to complete the pristine look.
Westbrook’s latest signature sneaker is scheduled to arrive to Nike.com on April 1st, but all release dates are currently tentative given the COVID-19 pandemic. In any case, grab a detailed look at this clean Why Not? Zer0.3 below and keep it locked here for any updates.
Jordan Why Not? Zer0.3
Color: White/Metallic Silver/White/Black
Style Code: CD3002-103 (Men’s)
Style Code: CD5804-103 (Grade School)
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