Russell Westbrook is officially on a new team as he heads into the 2020-21 NBA season, and along with a new uniform, the guard will rock his recently-unveiled Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.4. As with inaugural arrangements of previous signature sneakers, the forthcoming silhouette will don an “Upbringing” ensemble inspired by Westbrook’s youth.
On the performance end, the fourth installment in the Jordan “Why Not?” series features a refined underfoot-feel achieved by both a more intricate tread pattern and double-stacked Zoom Air cushioning. Elsewhere, the new model forgoes the midfoot strap from the “Why Not?” Zer0.3 in favor of a double-webbed lacing system that improves on the lockdown required by a dynamic player like the incoming Washington Wizards point guard. As for the pair’s colorway, the disparate tones of purple, gold, green, blue and red, as well as the various prints and patterns throughout the upper, nod to some of the most influential moments, places and teams in Brodie’s athletic and personal development. Unsurprisingly, the sneaker’s mashup aesthetic demands attention, just as the man behind it.
Enjoy official images of the “Why Not?” Zer0.4 “Upbringing” here below, and find pairs arriving in full-family sizing on January 6th.
For more basketball options from NIKE, Inc., check out the Nike Kobe 6 Protro “Grinch” launching on December 24th.
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Jordan Why Not? Zer0.4 "Upbringing"
Release Date: Jan 6th, 2021 (Wednesday)
Mens: $130 Style Code: DD1133-103
After MarketAvailable Now
North AmericaJan 6th, 2021 (Wednesday)
Grade School: $N/A
Style Code: DH0944-100