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While Russell Westbrook’s first and second signature shoes were nothing short of a success, it appears as if his third shoe with Jordan Brand may have leaked. Here’s your first look at the likely Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.3.
“Why Not?” may be Russell Westbrook’s signature quote, but that saying takes it to whole other level with what is likely to be his next signature shoe with Jordan Brand.
The Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.3 looks to arrive with a similar tooling to its predecessor model. A variety of colors are used all throughout the shoe. A decoupled foam cushioning platform makes up the shoe’s tooling, while an upper of knits, textiles, and synthetics completes the build. An internal one-piece bootie can also be seen alongside a multi-directional outsole.
Jordan Brand has yet to confirm this is Russell Westbrook’s next signature shoe, but it seems as if it’s more likely than not that these turn out being the “Why Not?” ZER0.3. Let us know your thoughts of these in the comments below, and keep it locked here as updates arrive.
UPDATE (12/18/2019): The Jordan Why Not? Zer0.3 is officially unveiled. Click here for the full press release and all the details you need to know.
UPDATE (12/12/2019): The Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.3 surfaces in official photos, in Kids sizes. The shoe is slated to release on Thursday, January 2nd, 2020. Pricing has yet to be unveiled.
UPDATE (11/28/2019): A new colorway of Russell Westbrook’s highly anticipated Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.3 has surfaced.
UPDATE (11/15/2019): Here’s a better look at the Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.3 in in-hand photos. Stay tuned for details.
UPDATE (11/14/2019): The Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.3 surfaces in detailed photos, showcasing the outsole, and a new forefoot Zoom Air bag that is articulated.
UPDATE (11/01/2019): The Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.3 surfaces in a new colorway, making it our best look yet, as this new angle provides a better look at the midfoot strap which was initially difficult to see from the first look.