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Jordan Brand will finally be launching the previously reported Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.2 SE, an improved performer from its predecessor model.
Highlights include a deconstructed upper, removed outer layer on foxing that exposes the foam and offers lightweight comfort, reduced weight on translucent midfoot saddle for foot security, Zoom Air unit for responsive cushioning and open-holed mesh for increased breathability. Additionally, the new kicks build upon look of the original by featuring external text, tags and branding.
Look out for Russell Westbrook’s “Why Not?” ZER0.2 SE to release in its ‘Red Orbit’ colorway on Thursday, July 11th, 2019 at Nike.com and select Nike stockists for $125 MSRP. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.2 SE ‘Red Orbit’
Color: Red Orbit/Black-White
Style Code: AQ3562-600
Release Date: Thursday, July 11th, 2019