Our best look yet at the upcoming Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 is here, just in time for the Holidays.
One of the best basketball shoes of 2018, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.,1 was an impressive sneaker despite its bulky look. If history is to repeat itself, then the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 may give us more of the same.
With these new images, we can clearly see the decoupled tooling, something we haven’t seen since the Air Jordan XXX. Forefoot Zoom Air is in place while the rear will feature Phylon. I was told Russ doesn’t like cushion in the heel of his shoes and his second signature sneaker was designed to cater to his needs.
Traction is a “0” pattern and I’m hoping it performs well. There isn’t really a reason why it shouldn’t: it’s multi-directional and leaves little room for dust to get clogged up.
The build is comprised of mesh with plenty of structural overlays for support and lockdown, two things Westbrook needs with his style of play.
Pricing and release dates have not yet been confirmed but we should expect to see the Why Not Zer0.2 in January. I know I’m excited to try a pair out on-court, but let us know your thoughts below in the comment section.
Images via Sole Brothers