Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.3 SE Performance Review

Jordan "Why Not?" Zer0.3 SE Performance Review

The special edition version of Russell Westbrook’s third signature shoe with Jordan Brand has released. Here’s my performance review of the Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.3 SE (special edition).

The Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.3 SE arrives with a full length Phylon foam midsole encasing a three-chambered forefoot Zoom Air turbo bag, which rides atop a multi-directional, modified herringbone grooved outsole. The build sports foam backed mesh for the upper paired with various fuse overlays and paneling for added durability, lockdown, support, and containment. A nylon cabled lacing enclosure with two pull tabs on the tongue and one at the rear heel collar completes the shoe.

NOTE: I did not personally ever play basketball in, or own a pair of the regular “Why Not?” Zer0.3 edition, so if you end up asking questions to compare both models, I will unfortunately not be able to provide you with an answer. Nevertheless, both models appear to be very similar in aesthetics, with the SE sporting new materials, lacing enclosure, and the removal of the midfoot strap, so I’d assume performance between the two models should be very similar.

Let us know what you think of the Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.3 SE in the comments below, and if you have a pair, and how they have been performing for you personally. Keep it locked to the site as more colorways of the “Why Not?” Zer0.3 SE release in the near future.

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