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Russell Westbrook’s Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.2 ‘OKC Home’ colorway is finally set to release in the coming weeks. Showing a simpler look in comparison to exclusive player edition colorways on the court, like the Super Soaker and Rugrat colorways, this Why Not Zer0.2 arrives in colors representing Oklahoma City.
The sneakers arrive dressed in a crisp white sole and midsole, while a blue torsional plate makes up the midfoot, and a yellow lateral midsole stabilizer is evident as well. An infrared heel cup, royal blue sockliner, and light orange lockdown wings finish up the rest of the shoes.
Thursday, March 14th, 2019 for $125 bucks. If you’re an Oklahoma native, Westbrook fan, or simply just like the kicks, they should be available as a general release colorway for those interested. Share your thoughts on the Brodie’s newest colorway for his signature shoe down below, and be sure to stay locked here for more updates on the Why Not Zer0.2.
Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.2 ‘OKC Home’
Release Date: Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Color: ‘White/Total Crimson-Blue Lagoon-Signal Blue’
Style Code: AO6219-100