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The Jordan “Why Not ?” Zer0.4 Gets A Perfect Washington Wizards Colorway

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After helping his Washington Wizards squad win eight consecutive games (the latest over the Cleveland Cavaliers), Russell Westbrook has unofficially teased his Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.4 in a navy, white and red colorway perfect to match his current team’s uniform.

Mixed-materials construction throughout the model’s upper indulges in a rich blue tone. Exposed stitching around the heel deviate in stark red contrast, as do the collar, heel pull tab and branding on the tongue. Laces and aggressive sole units forgo the two most patriotic hues of the Washington D.C.-based NBA team’s colors in favor of white flair. Jumpman logos on the outsole, however, boast scarlet flavor, bringing some boldness down below.

An official Nike.com release date is unknown, but it’s likely this Zer0.4 will launch before the Wizards’ play-in tournament chances are determined. In the meantime, enjoy images of the shoes ahead.

In other sneaker news, the Nike Air Force 1 continues to surface in impressive, in-line styles throughout its 39th anniversary.

Where to Buy

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Jordan Why Not? Zer0.4
Release Date: 2022
Color: Navy/White/Red
Grade School: $105 Style Code: DD9659-400

Images: Nike