The Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.2 SE ‘Red Orbit’ Has Officially Released

The ‘Red Orbit’ colorway of the Jordan WhyNot Zer0.2 is now available.



A new color way of Russell Westbrook’s Jordan “Why Not?” ZER0.2 SE ‘Red Orbit’ is now available and just in time for the Brodie’s trade to the Houston’s Rockets, marking the first official release colorway of the SE’s.

Crazy news and crazy kicks; these shoes are definitely a special colorway and are now available for $125 at retailers and online retailers. This colorway is awesome and definitely loving the concept behind these.

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.

Who’s copping? Who’s not sleeping on the Rockets and giving them a chance this season? If you’re interesting in purchasing Russell Westbrook’s improved second signature shoe, check out all of the information below. Let us know what you think in the comments below.



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