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Russell Westbrook has profoundly introduced his Jordan “Why Not?’ Zer0.2 to the NBA hardwood in quite possibly the most unique, and noteworthy ways possible. Upon the initial release of his signature shoe, The Brodie told the media his second signature shoe was going to be different. Every colorway will have a meaning that is special to him and that has helped define his career.
Arriving in what seems to be special packaging before each game, Russell Westbrook is truly a man on and off the court. Not only a role model, but also supporting his family in each and every way, even through his shoes. Like the Super Soaker, Nintendo Game Boy, Cement Heritage, and all the PEs the OKC Thunder star guard has debuted to the NBA courts, the Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.2 ‘Bear Jordan’ has arrived in Russell Westbrook’s game upon his matchup vs. the New Orleans Pelicans on this fine Valentine’s Day night.
Paying homage to the most romantic day of the year, this Why Not Zer0.2 arrives dressed to depict the classic teddy bear, and chocolate gifts couples exchange on this holiday. The sneakers arrive in a crisp white sole, brown midsole, red patent leather lockdown wings, and a full brown-fur upper, with accents of black that complete the laces, and Jordan Branding.
Whether or not you’re a fan of The Brodie, at least appreciate his historic performances on the court this year, his appreciation for his family, and his phenomenal performing kicks, all for under $125. Enjoy a First Look at the Jordan “Why Not?” Zer0.2 ‘Bear Jordan’ down below. Keep it locked for updates, but don’t expect this player exclusive colorway to release anytime soon, and be sure to share your thoughts on it in the comments.
h/t: Kelsey Amy.