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“Gym Red” Spreads Across Russell Westbrook’s Jordan One Take 5

The classic colorway lands in LA.

“Gym Red” Spreads Across Russell Westbrook’s Jordan One Take 5

The future seems unclear for Russell Westbrook and his LA Clippers. Will they run back the star-heavy approach that’s defined this current era? Will some of the faces from the period be on the way out? With questions looming this off-season, the consistency of his line with Jordan is a breath of fresh air. His cost-minded Jordan One Take 5 is back, itself embracing reliable tonality in a “Gym Red” heavy colorway.

Though Westbrook himself doesn’t have any major ties to the Chicago area, obviously the parent company’s influence means that a 312-centric colorway is never out of the question. Here, the titular rosy coloring is applied sporadically, making its biggest mark at the swatch of suede that stretches from top lace to top lace, but makes an impact on branding spots throughout.

The outsole isn’t translucent, but icy tonality instead crops up on see-through mudguard and a TPU section that sits atop the midsole. The exposed visible stitching across the overlays and heel strap that juts beyond its closure are just a few of the many expressions of Westbrook’s energetic, ferocious playstyle.

The Jordan One Take 5 “Gym Red” will hit Nike.com and associated channels in the near future, retailing for just $100 upon arrival. Get a better sense for this pair via the gallery of official images ahead.

WHERE TO BUY

Jordan One Take 5

SKU: FD2335-160
RETAIL PRICE: $100
RELEASE DATE: 2024

US 2024

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