Friday, September 13, 2019

Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 “Black/Vast Grey”

Jordan Brand has dropped a sleek new colorway, imbued with a slew of deconstructed panels. Encompassing a range of striking details like its exposed tongue and heel, translucent lace cage and textured overlays, the sneaker’s uppers see an assemblage of contrasting materials. The top of the tongue comes with tabs stamped with the Jumpman logo on the right foot and Russel Westbrook’s on the left. Black mesh textiles appear along the tongue and forefoot, complemented by tonal laces and a smooth leather rear quarter. Hits of teal appear at the center eyelet panels, followed by “0.2//SE” stamped underneath the hazy lace cage. 

As a finishing note, water-resistant mudguards around the front and heel have been color-blocked in palettes of grey, pink and teal, while an articulated midsole rounds up the progressive basketball shoe. The Nike Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 “Black/Vast Grey” is currently available on atmos-tokyo.com as well as nike.com for $143 USD.