You train hard, putting in the sweat equity it takes to drive the ball to the basket. And while you value hard work, you also want to look good doing it, right? With its latest release, the Jordan brand invites you to “think pink” with a striking colorway to help enhance your fancy footwork, whether you’re in the paint or on the street.
On May 28, view that baller lifestyle through pink-tinted lenses with the Jordan Why Not? Zer0.3 men’s sneaker dressed in a “Washed Coral” palette with subtle notes of Pale Ivory and black.
Whether in the game or in training, Houston Rockets’ Point Guard Russell Westbrook always shows up ready to play. The Why Not? Zer0.3’s reflect his commitment to fearlessness and his inclination for on-the-court chaos. Like previous renditions of the Zer0.3, the “Washed Coral” has all the same swag and game-enhancing technology as its predecessors.
A large Air Zoom Turbo unit curves around the front of the shoe, following the foot’s natural shape for continuous responsiveness and a propulsive feel. Another Air unit under the heel works in tandem with articulated cushioning for total comfort. The sneaker’s split rubber outsole gives the flexibility and lightweight traction to really move, while a clear midfoot strap keeps the foot firmly in place inside the sneaker. Molded plastic bisecting the two-piece outsole bolsters the foot’s support.
As an ode to Russell Westbrook’s commitment to keeping things interesting, Nike designer David Cin made this sneaker big, bold and in your face. Jagged lines, clashing layered textiles, zigzag embellishments, TPU accents, exposed size tag on the shoe’s outsole and light-shifting accents all make this sneaker worthy of the player’s nickname, “Beastbrook.”