More Colorways Of Russell Westbrook’s Why Not Zer0.1 Low Are On Their Way

Russell Westbrook’s first signature performance sneaker model from Jordan Brand, the Why Not Zer0.1, made its retail debut on January 15th at a price of $125 in a “Mirror Image” colorway. Later it arrived in a “2-Way” colorway that also retailed at the same price. Earlier last month, Jordan Brand announced that they would be introducing a low-top version of the Why Not Zer0.1, which has been a customary trend with just about every Air Jordan model. It was officially unveiled and debuted among last month’s Air Jordan releases 2018. As of now, Jordan Brand has whipped up another brand new “Light Smoke” colorway of the Why Not Zer0.1.

The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 made its retail debut in a “Triple Black” colorway this month on July 1st at a price of $115. Another colorway of the model is already scheduled to join this month’s Air Jordan releases 2018. This version has more of a mid rather than a low cut. Other than that though, it is equipped with the same distinct heels, forefoot shrouds and toggle lacing systems. However, there is no ankle strap, which is likely to make it more flexible for the wearer. The “White/Blue Hero-Amarillo” colorway of the Why Not Zer0.1 that you can see above is scheduled to retail on July 25th, 2018.

Russell Westbrook has now joined the ranks of Jordan Brand athletes who have a signature performance sneaker model in high- and low-top form. The color featured here, seen at the very top, is dubbed “Light Smoke,” and you can likely guess why. It is basically a tonal iteration with its uppers overall dressed up in a smoky Grey hue. The feature that makes it stand out though is Black- and White-colored speckles that are spread across the entire uppers and even the soles. This Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 “Light Smoke” will make its retail debut next month August 7, 2018 at a price of $115.

Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 “Light Smoke”

Jerry Lorenzo & Nike Are Collaborating On A Fall/Winter Apparel & Footwear Collection

Ever since its launch back in 2013, Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God has come a long way, becoming one of today’s leading high-end streetwear brands. “Chic grunge” is the term that Jerry uses in reference to his brand’s signature aesthetic. Relatively simple, layered and oversized attire and garments featuring religious imagery with a “rock ‘n’ roll” twist are the brand’s specialty. Back in 2016, Jerry was also hired to be a part of Kanye West’s creative team. In fact, he cited Kanye’s 2004 song “Jesus Walks” as an inspiration. Apparently, last year’s rumors about the collaboration between Fear Of God and Nike can now be regarded as confirmed. Continue reading Jerry Lorenzo & Nike Are Collaborating On A Fall/Winter Apparel & Footwear Collection

Latest adidas Yeezy Releases & Restocks Scheduled For September, October & November 2018

According to YEEZY MAFIA (@theyeezymafia), some major adidas Yeezy releases and restocks are going to take place in September, October and November 2018. Apparently, first and foremost is the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Cream,” which will get restocked in September 2018. It actually made its retail debut last year on April 29th and has been resold for as much as $400. The debut colorway the Yeezy Boost 700 Wave Runner, which made its online retail debut back in August 2017, will also get restocked in September 2018. The Yeezy Boost 700 once again retailed on adidas.com and YEEZY SUPPLY this year on March 10th, 2018 for $300. Continue reading Latest adidas Yeezy Releases & Restocks Scheduled For September, October & November 2018

A Jordan Brand & Converse Collaboration Rumored In March Is Apparently In Progress

Back in June last year, Jordan Brand celebrated the early years of Michael Jordan’s career by collaborating with Converse. Together they whipped up a pack that included the Air Jordan 2 “Alumni Game” and a UNC-themed Fastbreak Mid. Earlier in March this year, Jordan Brand and Converse collaborated once again. Converse’s Dan Sunwoo and Jordan Brand’s Tinker Hatfield teamed up to design a special iteration of the Pro Leather, which featured the “Jumpman” branding instead of the brand’s signature “Chevron Star” logo. Just four months later, there seems to be the possibility that Jordan Brand and Converse might be teaming up once again for another collaboration. Continue reading A Jordan Brand & Converse Collaboration Rumored In March Is Apparently In Progress

Russell Westbrook’s Third Signature Off-Court Lifestyle Sneaker Has Been Unveiled – The Westbrook 0.3

It’s been a year since Russell Westbrook’s first signature sneaker from Jordan Brand last arrived at retailers. The Jordan Westbrook Low 0 hit the shelves in a simple “Black/White” colorway for the summer back in May 2016. As you may recall, the Westbrook 0 was introduced the year before that, back in February 2015 as an off-the-court, lifestyle sneaker reflecting Russell Westbrook’s fashion sense. Despite its increasingly luxurious and versatile aesthetic, the Westbrook 0 was inspired by the Air Jordan 11. A year later, Jordan Brand unveiled the Westbrook 0.2 and now it seems that they are continuing the line because featured here is the Jordan Westbrook 0.3. Continue reading Russell Westbrook’s Third Signature Off-Court Lifestyle Sneaker Has Been Unveiled – The Westbrook 0.3

Russell Westbrook’s Third Signature Off-Court Lifestyle Sneaker Has Been Unveiled – The Westbrook 0.3

It’s been a year since Russell Westbrook’s first signature sneaker from Jordan Brand last arrived at retailers. The Jordan Westbrook Low 0 hit the shelves in a simple “Black/White” colorway for the summer back in May 2016. As you may recall, the Westbrook 0 was introduced the year before that, back in February 2015 as an off-the-court, lifestyle sneaker reflecting Russell Westbrook’s fashion sense. Despite its increasingly luxurious and versatile aesthetic, the Westbrook 0 was inspired by the Air Jordan 11. A year later, Jordan Brand unveiled the Westbrook 0.2 and now it seems that they are continuing the line because featured here is the Jordan Westbrook 0.3. Continue reading Russell Westbrook’s Third Signature Off-Court Lifestyle Sneaker Has Been Unveiled – The Westbrook 0.3

Jordan Brand’s “Graduation” Pack Celebrates Carmelo Anthony & Chris Paul’s High School Graduation

Back in January, John Calipari made a claim that suggested that college basketball graduation rates are at their peak this year. This is mostly false because student athletes have actually been graduating at relatively lower rates since 2011. Of course, the graduation rates of athletes are not a mark of academic achievement that should be overemphasized. Moreover, that does not mean that there are no NBA players who have graduated from college. For instance, players like Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul both happen to be college graduates. Apparently, even Jordan Brand is making this point more obvious because it seems that they are currently working on a “Graduation” Pack. Continue reading Jordan Brand’s “Graduation” Pack Celebrates Carmelo Anthony & Chris Paul’s High School Graduation