This year, Jordan Brand has been rather occupied with introduced brand new sneaker models. Of course, these include the latest model from their signature sneaker line that was recently unveiled, the Air Jordan 33. Other new models that have recently been unveiled include the ones equipped with Nike’s REACT cushioning, such as the Jordan Apex-Utility, as well as those like the Jordan Proto-Max 720 and the Jordan Proto REACT. Featured here is another brand new model that is comparable to Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.1. Named the Jordan Hustle, it will join the remaining Air Jordan releases 2018 that will arrive on Nike.com before the end of Fall.
This debut iteration of the Jordan Hustle looks similar to and seems to be inspired by the Why Not Zer0.1 “Mirror Image.” Coincidentally, the “Mirror Image” was also the debut iteration of the Why Zer0.1 and it retailed earlier this year on January 15th, 2018 at a price of $125. Russell Westbrook actually played a part in the design process of the “Mirror Image,” which turned out being quite artistic. Overall, it was a rather monochromatic iteration with hints of Red here and there. However, its uppers featured a graphical collage of images that referenced the iconic past and present of Jordan Brand.
While following the same theme, the uppers of the Jordan Hustle are covered in a collage of phrases that refer to the impressive qualities of this basketball-engineered sneaker. These phrases, which can be spotted throughout its uppers, include “360,” “Death Defying” and “Slam.” As far as the color scheme is concerned, it consists of Black, Infrared 23 and Olive Canvas. Instead of a traditional lacing system, it is equipped with zip-up shrouds and its top lines are somewhat like booties. Last but not least, the traction beneath each of its soles is similar to herringbone. You may expect the Jordan Hustle to soon be available on Nike.com for $125.
Black/Infrared 23-Olive Canvas
AQ0394-003 | $125