After its debut last month, Russell Westbrook’s Why Not Zer0.2 will join February’s Air Jordan releases 2019 in an “All-Star” colorway. The very first colorway of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 was dubbed “Future History,” which became available on January 10th, 2019 at a price of $125. After the multi-colored and vibrant “Future History,” the next iteration of the Why Not Zer0.2 that hit the shelves was relatively plain, dressed up in just Black and White, and was dubbed “The Family.” However, the upcoming “All-Star” colorway of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 is by far the most multi-colored and vibrant of them all to date.
Some of the earlier Air Jordan releases 2019 also included Russell Westbrook‘s debuting second signature model, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2. The Why Not Zer0.2 was first seen back in December 2018 when some leaked photos were shared by @nikeswoosh.ph on Instagram. As 2019 begun, one of the first things that Jordan Brand did was officially unveil the Why Not Zer0.2 on January 1st. Not only that, Russell Westbrook’s second signature sneaker model made its retail debut in full family sizes on January 10th, 2019. Its debuting colorway consisted of multiple hues, such as Black, Orange, shades of Blue, Red, and Sail, which covered its soles.
2017 was the year that marked the debut of the Nike LeBron 15, which was designed by Jason Petrie. Through the LeBron 15, Nike also introduced two brand new technologies, namely Battleknit uppers and a cushioning system that combines Max Air and Zoom Air. Nike first released the LeBron 15 on October 28th, 2017 in an “Ashes” colorway that retailed at a price of $185. This year, Nike surprised everyone by also launching the “LeBron Watch” program that enabled them to own various LeBron 15 PE colorways that had been seen throughout 2018. It seems that Nike is bringing back the LeBron Watch program for a second 2018–2019 season.
A brand new colorway of Russell Westbrook‘s third lifestyle sneaker model recently joined last month’s Air Jordan releases 2018. It was quite surprising when the Jordan Westbrook 0 was first unveiled back in 2015, simply due to the fact that it was a lifestyle shoe rather than a basketball sneaker that Russell could actually wear on the court. At the same time, it also made sense considering Russell Westbrook’s natural sense of style. Overall, the Westbrook 0’s silhouette resembles that of the Air Jordan 1 and lace eyelets were seemingly inspired by the Air Jordan 11. Of course, Russell Westbrook now has his own signature basketball sneaker too.
Following the retail debut of the “Christ The King (CTK)” PE, the Nike Zoom LeBron 3 is arriving in another original (OG) colorway. Earlier this year, rumors began circulating that Nike was bringing back the Zoom LeBron 3 “Christ The King” PE and it would actually hit the shelves. Back in 2006 when Nike first introduced this Player Exclusive colorway, only family and friends of LeBron James and other NBA players received a pair. The Zoom LeBron 3 Christ The King” was finally released on September 6th, 2018, although exclusively in New York City, where it retailed for $175 via the Nike SNKRS app.
Russell Westbrook‘s latest lifestyle sneaker model will be making its retail debut among this month’s upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. Russell Westbrook’s first signature model from Jordan Brand was the Westbrook 0. It was a minimal and sleek off-court, lifestyle shoe that drew inspiration from Russell Westbrook’s fashion-forward style. Also inspired by Jordan Brand’s own heritage, the Westbrook 0 was designed to be “clean and versatile.” The Westbrook 0 made its retail debut on August 1st, 2015 at a price of $130. As of now, there are already two Jordan Westbrook models and it seems a third one will be debuting at retailers later this month.
A brand new colorway of Russell Westbrook‘s signature sneaker model was among the recent Air Jordan releases 2018. For quite a while, Russell Westbrook did not have a signature basketball sneaker model that he could actually play in on the court. Since Russell is known for his fashion statement, Jordan Brand actually designed for him the lifestyle Jordan Westbrook 0. Fortunately, Jordan Brand introduced the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1, which eventually made its retail debut on January 15th, 2018 in a “Mirror Image” colorway that retailed for $125. Ever since, plenty of other Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 colorways have hit the shelves, including the three recent ones featured here.