A Closer Look at the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2

Nike has done it again and they’ve put their creative imagination to the test with the new Why Not Zer0.2 in a brilliant triple white iteration. The collaboration with Russell Westbrook has resulted in a simple new colorway that brings spring to life and it’s coming just in time for the new season. Who could have imagined that you could use the color white in such an innovative way. While White is the only color used, the designers focused upon the use of textures to achieve a magnificent contrast. The new white colorway has achieved its goal of making a lovely presentation in the new edition that was crafted specifically for the 2019 new sneaker lineup.

A Multi-panel design

From the toe to the mid sole Nike has used a waffle textured fabric for a clean presentation with just a touch of sophistication. The material beneath the laces features a smaller pattern that gives the sneaker a decent variation in texture. They’ve added a raised diamond texture to the top of the tongue and in the heel and rear of the upper which gives it the appearance of being embossed. At the ankle area of the mid sole, they added a sturdier leather material with elongated ovals in a horizontal pattern laid atop an orange peel texturing to achieve an amazing degree of contrast. Accents of smooth white leather on the upper complete the aesthetic. Nike has taken the ideal approach to the use of a single color to show what you can do when you let the creative juices flow. We’re quite impressed with the tonal styling of the shoe. They through in a single black branding on the tag that you can observe through the out sole window. This is the ideal sneaker for spring time with a highly straightforward palette. It’s a shoe that is going to be a hit on the courts as well as for everyday wear.

The same comfort and performance

This dazzling triple white sneaker has the visual appeal that is going to draw hoops enthusiasts in as well as those who value fashion in a sneaker. It’s an attractive shoe but even more importantly, it’s set to deliver high on comfort and performance. Because of the unique combination of sturdy and flexible materials, the new Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 will offer a natural feel that gives you a real sense of where your feet are on the court and the flexibility will give you a spring in your step for excellent performance on the court as well as an energizing set of kicks for cruising through the malls on a Saturday. It’s made with the characteristic support that you’d expect to find in the brand along with cushioned padding in all the right places to maximize the comfort level. The airy materials allow your feet to breathe to prevent overheating during intense workout sessions by allowing a decent circulation of air that helps to cut down on the amount of perspiration that can lead to a bit of discomfort. The design provides all of the support that you’ll need in the ideal combination of comfort and support, but that’s just a thing with Nike. They like to cover all of their bases when it comes to delivering high on all aspects of quality.

Pricing and availability

The new Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 in the triple white colorway is set for release on April 1, 2019. We were surprised to learn that the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of just $125 per pair. You can find them on Nike.com as well as a few selected Nike authorized dealers who are planning to stock the new model. We sincerely recommend that you be one of the first in line if this is a kick you’re interested in owning. The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 has all of the earmarks of being a hot seller this spring. If you want to get yours for the MSRP, keep your eyes peeled for the announcements of availability at your local retailer because once the demand outweighs the supply, we’re likely to see online vendors with the last few pairs inflate the cost.


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