The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low is Russell Westbrook’s Next Signature Sneaker

The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low has finally been caught on camera thanks to @sneaker_ranger.

The Why Not Zer0.1 was Russell Westbrook’s first on-court signature sneaker, and it was a performance beast. It aced all of our performance reviews with its excellent fit, great support, and fantastic full-length Zoom Air cushion. Now, fans of lowtops put off by the Why Not Zer0.1’s collar height can get in on the fun.

Pictured here in a ‘Cement’ splatter colorway is the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low. It ditches the strap of the original and slims down the huge heel panel. Overall, the shoe is relatively unchanged and all the specs that made the hightop a beast are still used on the Low.

According to Eastbay’s release calendar, a Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 ‘Black/White’ will release on July 1 for $115, $10 less than the usual $125 for the original Why Not Zer0.1, so that is most likely the Low. The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low ‘Cement’ pictured here will release on August 22.

What do you think of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low? Full-length cushion for only $115?! Sound off in the comments below.

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Photo via @sneaker_ranger

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7 Comments

  1. dang, I couldn’t even tell that this WASN’T the high top from the picture. They’ve changed almost nothing. But the same shoe for less money? I ain’t complaining.

  2. 115 for full length zoom is really nice. This may be the Westbrook to get since it’ll be a bit less bulky than the original.

  3. I just hope the laces on these isn’t as long as those of the mid version, those were kind of annoying to tie up.

  4. I actually love this! Looks like a mid but plays like a low, full-length zoom air, and $115? I’m in

  5. That bulge points to the collar still covering the ankle. The lacing sill seems to finish like a mid/high if the last 2 holes are oriented in a more vertical direction like that. It could be relatively lower than the original, and you do lose the top strap, but it looks like a very minor difference. Looks more like an Elite/PO or .5 of sorts, but this is just judging from mere pictures.

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