Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 "Black Cement" Colorway Revealed
Over the previous few weeks, we have been seeing increasingly of Russell Westbrook’s signature Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 sneaker. The Nintendo and Super Soaker colorways have been turning the heads of Nike Basketball aficionados because of their inventive packaging and lovely aesthetic. Now, a brand new colorway has been revealed that appears as if it’s paying homage to some of the iconic Jordan colorways on the market, “Black Cement.” For this sneaker, think about what would occur should you took a “Black Cement” Air Jordan three after which transplanted that coloration scheme onto Westbrook’s shoe.
There is a mixture of supplies discovered all through the higher right here and the wild aesthetic of the shoe sees the black, crimson, and elephant print coloring make its means all through the sneaker. While the Zer0.2 may not be for everyone, it’s a must to admit that its a fairly bold sneaker that has a ton of potential for different nice colorways. Not to say, with Westbrook’s eclectic vogue sense in thoughts, it is no marvel he selected a sneaker that appears like this.
As of proper now, there isn’t a worth or launch date related to these kicks however maybe we will count on them to come back out someday within the close to future.
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