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Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 “Trust And Loyalty” Gets The Blues

Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 “Trust And Loyalty” Gets The Blues

The Jordan Westbrook Why Not Zer0.4 has been used as a means to celebrate Russell Westbrook. Undoubtedly on the top of his game right now — swiftly taking down teams of high caliber — the brand continues to release colorway after colorway. And the next up, which follows the homages to both family and upbringing, brings “Trust and Loyalty” into focus.

To do so, the brand envelops the entire upper in shades of blue, one near identical to what’s found on fictional characters like Merlin. While some of the overlaid fixtures bear darker, solid colors, quite a bit of the fabrication is treated to a light tie-dye pattern. Contrast threads are strewn about in a contrasted aqua shade, matching that of the heel pull as well as the tread, eye stay, loops, and parts of the bold, “W” logo found at the heel.

For a close-up look, see below. A Nike.com release is currently unknown, but once these details surface, expect to see the updates right here.

In other news, official images of the Jordan 1 Patina are here.

WHERE TO BUY

Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 "Trust And Loyalty"

SKU: DM1289-401
RETAIL PRICE: $130
RELEASE DATE: Mar 18, 2021

US 03/18/2021 Thursday

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