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The Jordan Westbrook One Take II Goes All Black With White Rope Pulltabs

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Although Russell Westbrook is currently averaging a triple-double (again), he’s been criticized for the Washington Wizards’ losing record. Away from his on-court performance, the California-native continues to outfit his Jordan Westbrook One Take II in styles for all types of preferences, the latest leaning on the conservative side.

As with previous iterations of the budget-friendlier line or its “Why Not?” Zer0 counterpart, the forthcoming pair indulges in a tonal black arrangement. Synthetic overlays and mesh bases feature different textures, which deliver some variety to the monochromatic take, but the hits of white that take over Jumpman branding, exposed zig-zag stitching and pull tabs at the heel steal the spotlight. Underfoot, sole units forego any “yin-and-yang” color palette in favor of a triple-black aesthetic sure to pair well with any hoops-ready outfit up-top.

Enjoy official images of the latest Westbrook One Take II here below, and anticipate a Nike.com release soon.

Elsewhere under the Jordan Brand banner, the Air Jordan 1 Low is set to launch in a number of new colorways throughout summer.

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Westbrook One Take II
Release Date: 2022
Color: Black/White
Mens: $110 Style Code: CW2457-001

North America2022















Images: Nike