The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 Appears in a Home Colorway

Russell Westbrook’s latest signature sneaker, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2, has appeared in a Home based colorway.


If the initial launch color of the Why Not Zer0.2 wasn’t your thing, then maybe the Home edition will be.

This brand new version of the Why Not Zer0.2 somehow slims down the look of the shoe, especially in the rear, with the color highlights coming from the TPU support panels, lining and branding logos.

Personally, I like this colorway more than the ‘Future History’, but they definitely don’t stand out.

Many have mentioned they’re awaiting a black-based colorway. Foot Locker has two listed to release on February 2 and 6 so you won’t have to wait too much longer.

No official word on when this new colorway will release but let us know your thoughts about them in the comment section below.

via HUPU

3 Comments

  1. I really like the way these look, and both colorways are fire IMO… That said, this might be the year of the 3 stripes for me (hooping in both the marquee boost and vol. 3s currently). Sad, since I love my zero.1s. But there doesn’t seem to be enough there tech wise to warrant copping another shoe to hoop in, and they don’t look like they’d pair well enough to wear casually.

  2. Grabbed the debut colorway. These things are awesome in person. I like that the build is actually simple in terms of function (in a good way), and the aesthetic wasn’t imposing on the function or forcibly catering to a marketed backstory. Just looks like Russ and the design team wanted to make a good looking (or interesting at the very least) shoe.

    Not a fan of the seamless oval laces Nike used, because it just takes me more time to lace up carefully. The plastic piece on the medial side can hurt if you go tight, but seems like pre-flexing/stressing it helps shape better around the top bone of the foot.

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