Jordan Brand is back (again) with two more looks for Russell Westbrook’s signature Why Not Zer0.1: a “Quai 54” in the color scheme of the charity basketball game and a new low version in triple black.
The new Why Not Zer0.1 Low is essentially the same as the original high-top version with the same forefoot shroud, interior laces with a front toggle, the molded foam bucket heel design, but it’s missing the (some, like me, would call annoying) ankle strap.
The inner sleeve still gives you a sock-like fit and full-length Nike Zoom Air cushioning are also still present in the new Low, which is really more like a Mid, and it retails for $10 less than the high-tops.
On the complete other end of the color spectrum we have the new Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 “Quai 54” or “Q54” that’s been released in conjuction with the annual charity basketball game in Paris.
These colorways come in the colors of the game, has the game’s signature “Q” logo sits opposite Russell Westbrook’s “RW” logo on the sneaker’s tongues, and as of right now are only available in Europe though they will ship them to the United States for a nominal fee.
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