Jordan Brand and Russell Westbrook come together on yet another release, this time being The Brodie’s third performance model in eight months. The “Why Not?” ZER0.1 originally released as his first signature sneaker, following up with the low-top model. In addition to those two models, we care to introduce the Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.1 ‘Chaos’ PF. What One on One Testers first reported on in July, has officially surfaced.
A new take on The Brodie’s “Why Not?” ZER0.1 has been seen on his feet since August of this year. After much speculation, we can finally confirm that these will be releasing. Doused in Michigan college basketball colors, and elephant for the heel wrap, the first colorway of the “Why Not?” ZER0.1 ‘Chaos’ PF pays homage to the classic elephant print look of Jordan Brand, and the University of Michigan’s college basketball team.
Dressed in a white upper, and wolf grey synthetic leather lockdown attribute, whether you cop these or not, we have to appreciate the marvelous colorway Jordan Brand came up with here. All in all, the Jordan Brand “Why Not?” ZER0.1 ‘Chaos’ PF dons the same tooling, and overall aesthetic as its predecessor, but instead removes the synthetics and strap, for more of a lightweight feel.
Running from the outsole up, the Chaos PF features a multi-directional traction pattern for medial and lateral coverage, while riding atop a full-length Nike Zoom Air bag for ultimate responsiveness and bounce back in your step while rocking these on the hardwood. Topping it off is a removed synthetic look, and this model actually features a premium and lightweight canvas/textile upper, with an adjustable tongue.
Unlike some other Why Not? colorways, this particlar sneaker has a much more simpler silhouette, for those who weren’t feeling the original releases. The Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.1 ‘Chaos’ PF has been confirmed to release this year, with no information on a set release date. Whether or not you’ll be grabbing these, you still have to respect The Brodie’s hustle on the court for averaging a triple double two years in a row. The Oklahoma City Thunder star’s newest kicks will release sometime in November/December for an affordable price point under $120. Stay in the loop at One on One Testers, and we’ve got you covered.
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