The Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.4 Appears With Graffiti Illustrations

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Russell Westbrook may currently be averaging less points than he has since his second year in the NBA, but that hasn’t stopped the Washington Wizard guard from delivering eye-catching, reliable footwear with his NIKE, Inc. family. For his latest Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.4, the California-native has opted for a “White/Volt/Multi-color” palette accompanied by a bevy of graffiti illustrations.

At a glance, the forthcoming pair demands attention across its neon green accents, varied graphics and jagged design lines. Free of the lockdown straps found on its predecessor, Westbrook’s latest signature sneaker is laden with synthetic reinforcement and tooling to meet the specifications of dynamic players. Bold and bubble lettering throughout the upper repeat the “Why Not?” question in shades of black, red and blue; heels don a seemingly alternating scheme. Underfoot, the Zoom Air-encapsulating midsole and outsole combination indulge in a simple color palette, allowing the upper to steal the show.

Enjoy official images of the latest “Why Not?” Zer0.4 ahead, and expect pairs to arrive to Nike.com soon.

For more basketball options from the North American sportswear behemoth, check out the Nike Cosmic Unity, a pair first previewed by the Los Angeles Lakers’ Anthony Davis.


Jordan Why Not? Zer0.4

SKU: DD4886-007
RELEASE DATE: Feb 4, 2021

US 02/04/2021 Thursday

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