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Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 Gets An Easter Pastel Makeover

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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 opened the year with a number of loud, inspired schemes, one in particular bearing the DNA of FACETASM’S Hiromichi Ochiai. And after these inaugural four, the silhouette hasn’t slowed its roll one bit, with colorways debuting throughout the past few weeks. The latest on center stage looks forward to Easter as it bears pastels that near embody the holiday.

To start, the pair colors its mesh in a light, aqua blue. Underneath, it seems darker shades add illusive shadowing to the profile, though that’s quickly cut off at the toe whose tighter weave plays further with texture. Then, overlaid along the forefoot, violet panels support with a technical ripstop, while the counter and tongue play more on cool tones as they embed in suede, synthetic, and leather materials.

For a look at this upcoming release, see below. Nike.com and select retailers should due to launch within the coming months.

In other news, the Jordan 3 Cool Grey releases tomorrow.

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Jordan Why Not Zer0.4
Release Date: 2021
Color: N/A
Mens: $130 Style Code: CQ4230-400