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Jordan Why Not ZER0.3 SE Appears In Navy And Volt

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Russell Westbrook and his Jordan Why Not series have operated almost separate from the rest of the brand, ushering in a design language aggressive yet replete with retro inspiration. The latest edition, dubbed appropriately as the Why Not Zer0.3 SE, heads a little farther into the future with its appearance, shaped with woven fabrics, angular toolings, and a string of vibrant neon accents.

Black dyes primarily outfit one of the model’s inaugural colorways here, providing a relatively versatile complement to the “Primary Colors” pair scheduled to debut later this September. Navy tones then accent just adjacent, subverting faux pas as it dresses the toe box, ornamental lace, and heel counter. Elsewhere, signature Volt shades deliver louder visual imprint, turning the tread bold as well as the lace unit, tongue, and various webbing above; even the contrast stitch found at the lateral is zig-zagged and etched in matching thread, turning Westbrook’s chaotic flair tangible.

Grab a detailed look at these here and sit tight for the upcoming Nike.com release.

In other news, take a look at the Air Jordan 1 Black Toe Shattered Backboard.

Jordan Westbrook Why Not Zer0.3 SE
Style Code: CK6611-003

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