JB Chopped The Top On The Jordan Why Not ZER0.1 Low ‘Triple Black’
Russell Westbrook is one of the most unique players in the NBA and Jordan Brand made sure that his signature sneaker mirrored him and his style of play. The Why Not Zer0.1 emulates Westbrook’s competitive attitude on the court, his tendency to run at a challenge head first rather than shying away from it. Serving a dual purpose, the silhouette fits the reigning MVP’s drastic demands on the court while suiting his eccentric personal style off the court. Now, Jordan is complimenting this signature sneaker with a low-top version that is perfect for summer. The Why Not Zer0.1 Low features the same forefoot shroud, toggle-centric lacing system and unique heel design as the original high-top version, but with a slightly lower collar which makes them more a mid than a true low top, and no ankle strap for extra flexibility and range of motion. The shoe comes dressed in a simple Triple Black color scheme, with a White underlay on the forefoot shroud poking through for a small pop of contrast. Westbrook branding arrives on the tongue, and Jordan logo hits adorn the forefoot, heel, and lateral side of the collar.