|Title||Cheap Air Jordan "Why Not"|
|Description||The white and black mesh base is doused in colored accents, the most noticeable of which is the midfoot overlay, a bold design with a swatch of glossy iridescent material sitting above a checkerboard pattern on the quarter. Buy Air Jordan "Why Not" Red, volt yellow, and bright green recieve equal time on the midsole, and each shoe’s heel/tongue pull tabs offer a Pride flag-esque rainbow graphic. This loud look certainly works well on the Why Not Zer0.2 SE — a shoe that’s known for its deconstructed detailing — and if Westbrook and James Harden can establish a “Brodie And The Beard” backcourt symmetry, the results on court just might be as scintillating as these shoes. Jordan Brand has been going all out with new colorways of the Air Jordan "Why Not" Sale as of late, presenting a plethora of special makeups that are as unique and multidimensional as Russell Westbrook himself. The latest special pair to surface? A new-age spin on the classic black/cement colorway. The upper combines a multi-texture, multi-material black base with bold elephant print detailing on the forefoot overlay and directly behind the quarter panel. Meanwhile, cement print — another Jordan Brand classic — appears on the midsole. Cheap Air Jordan "Why Not" A healthy dose of modern-day flair is then provided by the Thunder-esque reddish-pink accents on the outsole and collar. The shoes also complete with another custom box courtesy of Recon Beat Labs, whom you may recognize from the Nintendo Game Boy Why Not Zer0.2 that recently surfaced as well. Russell Westbrook‘s new Air Jordan "Why Not" Shoes has been packed chock-full of childhood nostalgia as of late. After Brodie recently rocked a Super Soaker-inspired colorway during a game, we now have a look at another new pair that draws from something else ’80s and ’90s babies are very familiar with: the Nintendo Game Boy. The shoes don a mixture of grey hues and feature green/burgundy accents, all drawn directly from the original 1989 black-and-white device. The inspiration doesn’t merely extend to the shoes themselves though: the hangtag is also made over to look like an OG grey Game Boy cartridge, and the box is an out-of-this-world cardboard reconstruction of the beloved device. Air Jordan "Why Not" Men's/Women's The special packaging flips the standard Game Boy branding to Russ-specific hits, with Westbrook’s special Jordan logo on the “screen,” and also features his name/”Own The Chaos” mantra to complete the design. www.stylesnks.com|
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