Russell Westbrook Debuts New Tokyo Inspired Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.2 SE PE

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Just today we reported a new colorway of the Brodie’s second signature shoe that had his signature quote stamped all over the upper of the shoes. Now, we’re getting hit with a fantastic on-foot look of Russell Westbrook’s newly debuted, city of Tokyo Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.2 SE PE. That was a mouthful.

While we all know Russell Westbrook and Jordan have released a plethora of absolute breathtaking PEs throughout the 2018-19 NBA Regular Season, this pair below is just the cherry on top of all of the special pairs Westbrook has rocked thus far.

This new offering of the “Why Not?” ZER0.2 SE arrives with a black to navy gradient textile upper, embellished with vivid bright Orange laces and neon Green sock liners. “Own The Chaos” and Tokyo, Japan city graphics are printed at the rear paneling, and a vibrant neon Green and Black to Pink gradient midsole rides atop a dark Cyan outsole to complete the look.

Let us know your thoughts on this new “Why Not?” ZER0.2 SE PE inspired by the city of Tokyo and the NBA Japan Games in the comments below. keep it locked to the site for the hottest Westbrook PEs throughout the season, and as updates arrive regarding Westbrook’s newly leaked takedown model.

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