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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 Slims Down For Summer With New SE Model

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Following the recent release of his Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 KB3 colorway, Russell Westbrook is expanding the horizons of his rapidly-growing signature lineup this Summer with a brand new SE silhouette. Taking a slightly more reductive approach, this updated model modifies its lockdown system by losing the traditional midfoot strap, and instead opts for two pronounced sets of Flywire cables closer to the ankle, as well as the forefoot. In addition, a banner is now placed atop the lateral heels for added flair. Other than that the overall shape, zig zagged midsoles, and mesh uppers look to keep to a consistent execution. Pictured here is one of the model’s introductory colorways that features creamy complexions applied to its base layer, which sit adjacent to vibrant accents of purple and pink hues dispersed along the throat, rear, and sole units. Sit tight as we receive more updates as to when these will hit Nike.com and select retailers in the coming weeks.

In other news, here’s a detailed look at the Asriel Yeezy 350.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 SE
Release Date: Summer 2020

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