Russell Westbrook Debuts the Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.2 ‘Super Soaker’

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Russell Westbrook has never shied away from his signature motto, “Why Not?”. In fact, each colorway of his second signature shoe, the “Why Not?” Zer0.2 will be an honorary release, meaning each colorway will have a special meaning from Russell Westbrook’s childhood, inspirations, and people close to the Brodie.

Heading into today’s match-up with the Boston Celtics, Russell Westbrook arrived carrying a special packaged toy in his hand, or in other words, the Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.2 ‘Super Soaker’. This newest colorway of Russell Westbrook’s Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.2 pays a nod to the 90s Super Soaker 50.

This newest colorway of the sequel to the “Why Not?” Zer0.1, features hits of neon volt and neon greens can be seen around the shoes mud-guard, fused area, while accompanying the sneaker’s internal bootie, and heel clip. Bright orange hits make up the torsional plate, and eyelet areas. Finishing it off is a crisp white upper, and orange speckles along the black Jumpman logo.

Other than this shoes incredible aesthetic appeal, the sneaker comes equipped in an array of different upper materials, ranging from a simple textile for the toe, patent leather for the lockdown wings, and a full-on knit for the rear paneling.

No word on an official release date for the Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.2 ‘Super Soaker’ quite yet, but stay tuned as these are inevitable to appear on the Nike SNKRS App, and select Nike stockists sometime soon. What are your thoughts on the newest colorway of the Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.2? Sound off down below, and stay tuned as official details come underway regarding a release.


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