Russell Westbrook and Jordan Brand have unveiled the third installment of the Why Not series and we have a full detailed look and review of what to expect.
Sporting a full mesh build with synthetic overlays, the visual aesthetics aren’t a far departure from what we saw earlier in 2019 with the Why Not ZERO.2.
Forefoot Zoom Air makes a return, however, this time around it’s articulated for greater flexibility. The outsole is also thicker in hopes that it stays in one piece as the Why Not ZERO.2 outsole would rip after numerous wears due to the hollow unlocked Zoom Air setup.
So far the shoe seems like it could be another top performer, but we’ll update you when we finish testing the shoe after the Holidays.
We hope you enjoyed our detailed look and review on the Jordan Why Not ZERO.3. You can expect to see them available beginning January 3 for $130 — they are available now for select Nike+ members at Nike.com.