The Jordan Westbrook One Take asks the sneaker world a very interesting question. Can a take down model be better than the signature shoe it’s based on?
That’s right, Russell Westbrook has officially joined the ranks of players with multiple sneaker models in his signature line. And the two models are really similar. We don’t know how close they play on court, because sadly, we’re still not playing basketball due to pandemic-related lockdown. But on paper, the Jordan Westbrook One Take features almost identical tech specs to the Jordan Why Not? Zer0.3.
True, the forefoot Zoom air bag and traction are different, and there’s no strap, but that’s about it for differences between the two models. Chris breaks down all the ins-and-outs of each difference in the video above. The full video will give you a detailed look and review including Chris’ opinions on how the shoe will play on court. After pickup basketball becomes a thing again, come back to WearTesters for a full performance review.
The Jordan Westbrook One Take is available for $100 at Nike (if it’s sold out, new colorways should arrive in late May or some time in June).