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Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low Is Coming In Triple Black

Having averaged a triple double in two consecutive seasons for the first time in the history of the NBA, Russell Westbrook has cemented himself as the Jordan Brand’s top signature athlete. To boot, he has one of the most affordable lines of signature sneakers on the market today, with the original Why Not Zer0.1 costing $ 125, and the low version just $ 115. After releasing in a plethora of attractive and intriguing color schemes, the Jumpman is ready to roll out a hotly admired Triple Bl…

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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low Honors Russell Westbrook’s Alma Mater

The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low continues to roll on with a special “UCLA” colorway. Dressed in all white, Russell Westbrook’s first performance model welcomes light blue and yellow accents throughout as an ode to his former UCLA stomping grounds. The triple-double machine’s logo is placed on the tongue with the i…


Jordan Brand Rounds up the “Quai 54” 2018 Collection With a Why Not Zer0.1 Low Colorway

Shortly after getting a look at the Jordan Future and Air Jordan 3 from the “Quai 54″ 2018 collection, images of a Why Not Zer0.1 Low from the special range recently surfaced.

Rounding up the special collection, the colorful take on Russell Westbrook’s latest signature shoe is the final part of Jordan Brand’s…


Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 To Release In Several Colorways

A bulk of the Jordan #FutureOfFlight preview was dominated by Russell Westbrook and his new signature shoe, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1. Originally debuting earlier in January in two colorways, this first-ever performance signature shoe for the reigning MVP will see several colorways such as the “Cotton Shot”, which features an OKC-friendly light orange, a “Tribute” in navy, and much more. See the first-hand preview of nine colorways below and let us know which of these …

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Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Gets The UNC PE Treatment

Russell Westbrook’s first signature sneaker recently made its global debut, initially dropping the the limited Mirror Image colorway that sported graphic detailing on its upper highlighting Brodie’s partnership with the Jumpman. Now, MJ’s alma mater is getting hooked up with a Why Not Zer0.1 PE of its own decked out in Carolina Blue and white with the Tar Heel’s signature “NC” logo coming emblazoned on its ankle strap. Grab an up close look at this speciall…

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