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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 Borrows The Air Jordan 3’s “Black/Cement”

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Surprisingly, even with everything going on during this global pandemic, Russell Westbrook’s footwear lineage has kept kept fairly active as its taken the time to introduce more styles of the One Take, as well as more options of his main Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 signature. The latter, after recently receiving a the “Triple White” treatment, is transitioning towards a more heritage-inspired theme symbolic of the iconic Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement”. Interestingly enough, the aforementioned Westbrook One Take also drew similar color schemes from this retro muse, but these Why Not’s aim to translate with a much clearer approach. Upper exteriors are engineered with a stark black mesh, and feature elephant-printed overlays attatched along the heels and toe tips. Taping, which is presented through various areas of exposed stitching distributed throughout the base is swathed in a “Bright Crimson” to further nod to the ’88 classic. You can expect these to drop likely on Nike.com and at the retailers here below on April 23rd for $130 USD.

Elsewhere in upcoming sneakers, here’s a store list for the Track Red Spiridons.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 “Black Cement”
Release Date: April 23rd, 2020
Color: Black/Bright Crimson-Cement Grey-White
Style Code: CD3003-006 (Mens)
Style Code: CD5804-006 (GS)
Style Code: CD5805-006 (Little Kids)

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