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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 Dresses Up In Washed Coral

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Since the Jordan Why Not Zer0.3‘s introduction, the silhouette has received plenty of schemes both retro-inspired and heartfelt. After another entry into Russell Westbrook’s on-going homages to his late best friend KB3, the model is being filtered through the floral lens of Spring/Summer pastels. As such, Washed Coral runs replete throughout much of the construction, accenting the profile’s distinct mesh weaves. Contrast black stitch connects the panel overtly, even attaching lighter supportive molds both atop the forefoot as well as the heel. Straps, whose translucence add an effervescent touch to the vamp, wrap over the tongue whose peak is marked by darker pulls, glossy, jagged paneling, and lining details. Finished by white midsoles and gum bottoms, the pair is likely to hit Nike.com as well as a few retailers on May 28th.

In other news, Travis Scott’s Air Max 270 is dropping at the end of the month.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 “Washed Coral”
Release Date: May 28th, 2020
Color: Washed Coral/Pink Tint-Pale Ivory-Black
Style Code: CD3002-600

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